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Hamas: Weapons to Fight Israel to West Bank

Through the efforts of the IDF and Israeli security, many sources of terrorist weaponry in the West Bank have been discovered and stopped, leaving terror groups there relatively unarmed. However, The Jerusalem Post's Adam Rasgon reports that Hamas plans to change that, sending weapons from Gaza to the West Bank in order to attack Israel and her people:

Weapons used by Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip to fight Israel will be transferred to the West Bank, Hamas deputy chief in Gaza Khalil al-Hayya said on Monday.

Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other armed Palestinian groups are thought to possess very few weapons in the West Bank.

“These weapons will be moved to the West Bank to battle the occupation...

"We want to fight the occupation in the West Bank. It is our right to resist the occupation until it ends,” Hayya told a press conference in Gaza on Monday, without elaborating on how such a plan would be fulfilled.

Since Hamas forcibly ousted the Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority from Gaza in 2007, the PA security forces have cracked down on Hamas’s military infrastructure in the West Bank and undermined its sources of funding.

Meanwhile, the IDF has also targeted Hamas’s military activities in the West Bank and arrested Hamas members allegedly planning attacks against Israel...

Tags: Hamas , Terrorism

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