Khaled Mashaal, head of the political bureau of Hamas movement, confirmed his movement’s adherence to resistance in confronting the occupation and liberating Palestine.
Khaled Meshaal said [ina Foreign Policy interview*] that Hamas will continue the armed struggle as an option to liberate the land, while Fatah movement has chosen to continue its diplomatic efforts.
Meshaal renewed Hamas’s rejection of a two-state solution, stressing that his movement is not against the Israelis because they hold a different belief, but it struggles against the occupation of its land.
“Palestinians are suffering from the settlement. They are suffering in the detention camps and in the prisons of the occupation,” Meshaal said “[We aim] to stop the suffering of our people in Jerusalem as they are suffering from the judaization of the city … We want real peace that would regain the rights of our people.”
The Palestinian leader has also criticized the visit of U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, saying that “Kerry does not have a new project for peace.”
“Kerry does not have a serious project or vision. The international community should focus on the real problem here, which is that Israel occupies the land and commits most brutal kinds of murders.”
The interview, incidentally, was headlined:
'We Are Not Fanatic Killers'
And also had this:
Describing his agenda for his new four-year term at the head of Hamas, Meshaal emphasized one issue above all others: The need to end what he described as the "occupation" of the Palestinian people's land, and the "atrocities" being committed against them by Israel.
"[Palestinians] are suffering from the settlements, they are suffering in the detention camps and the prisons of the occupation," Meshaal said. "[We aim] to stop the suffering of our people in Jerusalem, as they are suffering from the Judaization of the city... We want a real peace that would regain the rights for our people."
Don't be fooled. Those "rights" are no rights for Jews.
Hamas is a military organization employing terror.
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