Hamas apologizes to Palestinians for the first time since the start of the war | RFi

Hamas apologizes to Palestinians for the first time since the start of the war | RFi
Hamas apologizes to Palestinians for the first time since the start of the war | RFi
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For the first time in almost six months of war in the Gaza Strip, Hamas apologized for the suffering caused to Palestinians in the confrontation against the Israeli army. In a long text, published this Sunday (31st) on Telegram, Hamas reiterates, however, its desire to continue the war, which, according to the Islamic movement, should provide ‘victory and freedom for the Palestinians’. The group thanked the residents of Gaza, admitting that the population is exhausted.

However, Hamas spoke of measures it intends to take to improve the situation, such as trying to control prices during the war. The humanitarian situation in Gaza is catastrophic, according to several studies, there is a risk of famine occurring in the territory by the month of May, if there is no urgent lull in the fighting.

On another front of operations, the police arrested, in southern Israel, the sister of the political leader of Hamas, as part of an investigation in which Sabah Haniyeh is suspected of supporting acts of terrorism in Israeli territory.

Furthermore, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is recovering well from the surgery he underwent to correct a hernia, but thousands of Israelis continue to protest in Jerusalem, as happened on Sunday night (the 31st), to call for the resignation of the head of government.


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