Hamas leader attends slaughter festival, threatens its terror group will break the IDF
Yahya Sinwar, a Muslim terrorist who was freed in the Shalit terrorists release and is now leader of Hamas, spoke Tuesday during a ceremony celebrating the gruesome Eid al-Adha “Festival of sacrifice”.
“If Israel launches a campaign in Gaza, hundreds of rockets will be fired at Israeli cities in one go,” the terror group leader threatened.
“Hamas will break the IDF if it enters Gaza,” he added.
In addition, Sinwar praised the Muslim terrorist who carried out a shooting attack on August 1 near the Gaza border.
The terrorist, identified as Hani Abu Salah, was eliminated during a shoot-out with IDF troops. He belonged to a Hamas unit responsible for restraining border terrorism along the security border fence, including unauthorized launching of rockets and invasions into Israeli territory.
Hamas has denied responsibility for the five Muslim terrorists members of the border unit in two other occasions, describing them in media briefings as “rogue” figures.
The IDF foiled early Saturday morning a major attack by Muslim terrorists from Gaza who attempted to invade Israeli in order to murder Jews.
The terrorists were armed with RPG launchers, AK-47s rifles, hand grenades, and rocket-propelled grenades -one of which was thrown.
The terror group said that three members of the border unit were pursuing a fourth terrorist who was carrying explosives and was trying to reach the fence. According to Hamas, this was when the IDF troops opened fire and killed the four.
Muslims around the world are celebrating the Eid al-Adha, which in Arabic literally means the “festival of the sacrifice” and marks the end of Hajj, the five-day pilgrimage Muslims undertake to ‘cleanse the soul of sins’ and instill a sense of equality and ‘brotherhood’ among them.
Thousands of camels, lambs, goats, and cows worldwide will have their throats cut to celebrate the Islamic brotherhood.
Gruesome videos from Gaza depict the cruel, abhorrent ritual bloodshed of animals in the name of Allah.