Ismail Haniyeh

Hamas will Release more Russians out of "Gratitude" to Putin

The Islamist movement and terrorist organization, Hamas, will release more Russian hostages out of appreciation for Russian President Vladimir Putin's position on Gaza. This was stated by Mousa Abu Marzouk, the person in charge of external relations of Hamas in the Politburo, on his profile on X (formerly Twitter).

Israeli aircraft in action; Heavy shelling; Families of hostages enraged VIDEO

The IDF claims to have found weapons in the compound of Gaza's largest hospital, Shifa.
Hamas replies that it is a farce and does not rule out that the weapons were planted. The UN Security Council adopted a resolution on extended humanitarian pauses.

They run out of medicine; Warehouse blown up TANJUG/AP Photo/Leo Correa, File

Türkiye will never leave Palestine alone: Erdoğan

Türkiye will never abandon Palestinians and protecting them in Gaza from the Israeli atrocities is its obligation, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said.

"We have never left our brothers in Gaza unprotected, helpless and alone, and we never will," Erdoğan said in his address during a visit to the Black Sea coastal town of Rize on Nov. 5.

We maintain support for Palestinian cause in strongest manner: Erdoğan

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and President Mahmoud Abbas of Palestine held a joint press conference on July 25 following their meeting at the Presidential Complex.

Erdoğan said: "We, as Türkiye, maintain our solidarity with the Palestinian people and our support for the Palestinian cause in the strongest manner."

Hamas acknowledges 'critical' Turkish role at political level

Hamas' political bureau said on Nov. 20 that Turkey has a "critical" role regarding the Palestinian cause at the political level.

Ismail Haniyeh commented​​​​​​​ on Turkey's stance on the Palestinian issue, Palestinian prisoners in Saudi Arabia and the Israeli blockade on Gaza Strip while speaking to a television station affiliated with Hamas.

Israeli military has launched air strikes against militant targets in the Gaza Strip

The Israeli army announced this morning that in response to the shelling from the Gaza Strip on Israel, it fired 130 targets in the Palestinian territory that belong to Hamas. At least 15 members of Palestinian armed groups have been killed in the Gaza Strip.

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