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Jenin massacre won’t weaken Palestinians, Resistance: Hamas

Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas affirmed that the massacre committed by the Israeli occupation forces in the city of Jenin and its camp in the occupied West Bank will not weaken the resolve of the Palestinian people.

Israeli forces launched a military offensive on Jenin and its refugee camp on Tuesday morning, killing seven Palestinians in the first few hours, including a child on his way to school, in addition to a teacher and a doctor while heading to work.

The child was identified as Mahmoud Hamadneh, the doctor as Usaid Kamal Jabari, a general surgeon at the Jenin Governmental Hospital, and the teacher’s name was revealed to be Allam Jaradat.

In its statement, Hamas said that Resistance in the occupied West Bank is escalating despite the sacrifices.

The group also pointed out that “the Jenin massacre is a continuation of the occupation’s series of crimes involving killing, siege, and starvation in Rafah, Jabalia, and various areas of the Gaza Strip.”

However, the Israeli crimes “will not weaken the steadfastness of our people and will not stop their Resistance and determined efforts to liberate their land and holy sites.”

Israeli media reported that over 1,000 soldiers are taking part in an attack on the area, which is expected to continue for several days.

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