Israeli occupation will pay for its Al-Naqab aggressions: Palestinian Resistance
The Palestinian resistance factions condemned the "ethnic cleansing" practiced by the occupation in al-Naqab. It called for "the escalation of all tools of struggle" against its settlement attempts.
Palestinian resistance factions decried that the Israeli occupation is carrying out a "crime of ethnic cleansing and racial discrimination," through the bulldozing and demolition operations carried out by the occupation in the al-Naqab region in the occupied Palestinian interior.
In a joint statement, the factions commended the "continued mass movement of our people in al-Naqab and the occupied interior," calling for "the escalation of all tools of struggle to protect the Palestinian Arab identity of our land occupied in 1948," and to confront all its settlement projects.
It stressed that the occupation "will pay the price for its aggressions and the crimes of its settlers against our people and their property in al-Naqab and Sheikh Jarrah," adding that "the resistance will remain a nightmare chasing the usurping occupiers so that our people can live a safe and dignified life in their land and homes."
The statement stressed that "the revolution and the uprising are the way to get rid of the occupation, not surrendering, which have proven to be futile for more than 29 years."
The statement added that "the Palestinian prisoners are still subjected to the most heinous systematic Zionist aggression, which is supervised by the occupation government with the aim of breaking their will." The resistance factions hailed the prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid, announcing that he is still fighting "the battle of dignity, armed with a strong will against the [Israeli] prison service."
Full support was expressed for "our brave prisoners, especially the administrative prisoners, in their heroic battle in the boycott of the military occupation courts, as we hold the occupation fully responsible for the life and safety of the heroic prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid."
The Prisoner Abu Hamid entered the coma on the 14th day due to his struggle with lung cancer and Israeli medical negligence, while Naji Abu Hamid, brother of the ill prisoner Nasser, said to Al Mayadeen that there are good indications that his health is beginning to improve. Abu Hamid appealed to the resistance and "honorable people in all the Arab world" to work for the release of all prisoners.