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Hamas: Ties with Iran 'Fantastic,' Preparing for 'Liberation of Palestine'

Despite its defeat at the hands of Israel in the most recent conflict, 2014's Operation Protective Edge, Hamas is again confident of its ability to make war against the Jewish state. The Times of Israel reports that the Gaza-based terror group has renewed relations with its financial and (im)moral backer, Iran, and is again making a career of "the liberation of Palestine":

The new Gaza leader of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas said Monday it has restored relations with Iran and is gearing up for future hostilities with Israel.

Yahya Sinwar told reporters that Iran is now “the largest backer financially and militarily” of Hamas’s armed wing. It was his first meeting with journalists since taking up his post in February.

Sinwar said that with Iran’s help, Hamas is accumulating military power in preparation for a battle for “the liberation of Palestine.”

Hamas is “developing our military strength in order to liberate Palestine,” Sinwar said, but he also stressed that it does not seek war for now “and takes every effort to avoid a war… At the same time we are not afraid of a war and are ready for it.”

“The Iranian military support to Hamas and al-Qassam is strategic,” he added, saying the relationship had “become fantastic and returned to its former era.”

“Every day we build missiles and continue military training,” he added, saying that thousands of people are working “day and night” to prepare for the next conflict...

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