Anti-occupation protests to continue until Palestinians’ demands met: Haniyeh

TEHRAN, Jul. 16 (MNA) – Following the killing of two Palestinian teenagers on Friday, Hamas chief vowed Sun. that anti-occupation demonstrations in Gaza will go on until the fulfillment of Palestinians’ demands.

In reaction to the Israeli regime’s airstrikes on Friday that killed two Palestinian teenagers in Gaza while their were playing on a rooftop of a building in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, Head of Hamas Political Bureau, said that the martyrdom of the two teen will not go unanswered by the Resistance forces.

Haniyeh also said that the Resistance supports the Palestinians’ demands to return to their occupied lands in the form of Great March of Return, adding that the demonstrations will continue until the siege on Gaza is lifted and Palestinians have returned to their lands.

The Hamas chief further noted that this year’s Great March of Return drew world’s attention to the Palestine question once again, condemning the so-called ‘Deal of the Century’ plot.

He said that the Resistance forces accepted the ceasefire yesterday when they could impose their terms on the Israeli regime.

Haniyeh further pointed out that the Palestinians will not believe empty promises anymore and demand that the blockade on Gaza Strip is fully lifted.

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