Hamas: Netanyahu's Palestine comments confirm Israeli fascism
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has recently stated that "Israel" should eliminate the aspirations of Palestinians to a state.
The Palestinian resistance Hamas movement has stated that recent comments by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding Palestinian aspirations to establish an independent state confirm "Israel's" fascist nature.
The allegations were made by Hamas in a press statement issued on the resistance movement's official website on Monday, after Netanyahu's remarks in a secret meeting of the Knesset's foreign affairs committee that "Israel" was "preparing for the day" after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
When questioned by an Israeli politician about the Palestinian people's desire for an independent state, Netanyahu stated firmly, "We need to eliminate their aspirations for a state."
Hamas expressed that his stance “clearly reaffirms the goals of the fascist entity based on the idea of genocide, ethnic cleansing, and settler-colonialism," emphasizing that his statements require leadership of the Palestinian Authority and Palestine Liberation Organization to "reconsider their commitments to the occupation and the path of settlement and futile negotiations, and to stop all forms of cooperation and security coordination with it."
The resistance movement urged a unified position against the occupation and demanded that Arab nations boycott the Israeli occupation and end all normalization, which has “encouraged the occupation authorities to commit further atrocities, bloodshed, land grab, and desecration of sanctities.”
Hamas emphasized that it called on "the international community, the United Nations (UN), and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to condemn such positions, as they not only violate the most basic human rights and all relevant resolutions but also pose a threat to peace and security in the region."
Over 600,000 Israelis reside in over 230 illegal settlements created after "Israel's" 1967 annexation of the West Bank and East al-Quds.
In the past, UN Security Council resolutions have called for the so-called two-state solution based on the 1967 borders, and settlements in occupied territory have been declared "a flagrant violation under international law and a major obstacle to the achievement of the two-State solution."