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Hamas says they have positioned soldiers behind enemy lines
Published Saturday 19/07/2014 (updated) 19/07/2014 11:17
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- The military wing of Hamas on Saturday morning said in a statement that it had breached "enemy lines" in the northern Gaza Strip and had engaged Israeli forces.

The al-Qassam Brigades said that they had managed to infiltrate Israeli lines in the area, which has witnessed heavy fighting since the beginning of the Israeli ground invasion late Thursday.
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1 ) Loga Nathan G / India
19/07/2014 16:59
Very Good, What is the Logistic plan to support the Hamas soldiers?. Hamas leaders have any idea how win or at least to disrupt the activities of Israel Army? May be they want to play a live video game, knowingly sending their own people to be killed. Confusion among leaders is a vessel without captain. Just like Palestinians. GoodLuck.

2 ) Mariyam / india
19/07/2014 17:32
The entire Muslim's around the world are proud of mujahideen who are fighting .insha Allah u vl win..

3 ) David / USA
20/07/2014 01:56
What the mean to say is that the positioned some Hamas corpses behind enemy lines. Why are young Gaza men throwing their lives away? Oh yes, so Haniyeh and Mashaal can live in multi-million dollar homes on the Gaza beaches. Hasn't it occurred to anyone in Gaza that the Hamas leadership causes these wars so that they can take advantage of the situation and enrich themselves? None of the leaders or their children ever get killed. How is that? That's right. They value their lives, NOT YOURS.

4 ) Outlier / USA
20/07/2014 17:48
They likely will die there.
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