Commenting on the brutal attack on Palestinian worshippers at al-Aqsa Mosque by Israeli occupation forces, Hamas states the following:
The Israeli occupation committed 130 violations against the Palestinian people in occupied Jerusalem in April,
A report issued by Hamas’ Information Office documented 2457 Israeli violations against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem during April.
The rights group says soldiers deleted video showing two Israeli settlers shooting and killing 23-year-old Mohammed Abdel Fattah
Shaima’ al-Hwiti, a Palestinian girl whose home was destroyed by the Israeli occupation, has had her big day in the home of the Head of Hamas Political Bureau Ismail Haniyeh.
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Hamas mourns the death of Ahmad Manasra, 26, whom the Israeli occupation killed while he was driving a vehicle in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
Israeli Occupation forces detained 569 Palestinian civilians, including 78 children and 13 women, during February, a report by a human rights group finds.
Israeli Occupation forces detained on Wednesday dawn 25 Palestinians, including a Jerusalem MP and ex-detainees in a large-scale raid and arrest campaign across the occupied West Bank.
The Israeli occupation executed the Palestinian youth Muhammad Jamil Shaheen in cold blood at the compound.
Press release on murdering a Palestinian civilian in the West Bank city of Hebron
Hamas leadership, including the movement’s chief Ismail Haniyeh, met on Sunday evening the Qatari Ambassador to Palestine Mohammed al-Emadi and discussed with him the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
Commenting on the extrajudicial execution of the 22-year-old Palestinian Salama Ka’abna at an Israeli military checkpoint near Jericho, Hamas states the following:
Press release on the Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes in the West Bank
Some 1944 Israeli Jewish settlers broke into al-Aqsa Mosque, while 133 Palestinians, including Waqf officials, 17 children, and 15 women, were banned from entering the sacred compound in February, a report issued Monday by a rights group finds.