Iraq’s Hezbollah: Britain's Decision against Hamas Won’t Affect Palestinians’ Resistance
After Britain’s designation of Hamas as a "terrorist" organization, Iraq's Kataib Hezbollah asserts that this decision "proves the reality of bias and submission to the Israeli occupation entity."
Iraq's Kataib Hezbollah Spokesperson, Mohammad Mohi, confirmed that the British government's decision to designate Hamas as a "terrorist" organization "proves the reality of bias and submission to the occupation entity."
On Sunday, Mohi said, "This British measure will not affect the resistance of the Palestinian people especially that the designation was made by the country that was the primary cause of their suffering and usurpation of their land."
He stressed that "the unjust British policy will not discourage the Resistance from fulfilling its legitimate duty of confronting the occupation until the full liberation of Palestine."
Different reactions to the UK's decision
The head of Hamas Political Bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, announced Saturday the start of a broad movement to confront and isolate Britain's decision to ban "Hamas" and consider it a "terrorist" movement.
Earlier, Hamas Political Bureau member Mahmoud al-Zahar told Al Mayadeen that "the British decision against Hamas is to please Israel and support normalization," noting that "the Zionist lobby in Britain is behind this decision."
In their turn, the Palestinian Resistance factions responded to Britain's decision, saying that "the Palestinian people have a unified stance and reject Britain's decision to consider Hamas a terrorist organization."
Moreover, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the British Home Office's decision to classify Hamas as a " terrorist organization ", saying that it considers it as yielding to Israeli pressure.
Earlier, the Palestinian Embassy in the UK and the Palestinian Resistance factions condemned the UK government's decision to classify the Hamas movement as a "terrorist organization," considering it to be dangerously in line with the Israeli occupation's agenda.
In its part, Hezbollah described the UK's recent decision as unjust and biased toward the Israeli occupation and called on London to reverse this decision.