Hamas Seeks to Disrupt Israel by Announcing Increase in Hostages’ Deaths

A spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades confirms that the hostages held by Hamas are living in extremely difficult conditions and are struggling to survive

Abu Ubaida, the spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, announced today, Friday, the 133rd day of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, that “the losses among the enemy’s prisoners have become very significant,” adding that “the enemy’s army deliberately kills and injures its captives.”

“We have warned dozens of times about the risks facing the enemy’s prisoners held by the resistance, but the enemy’s leadership has ignored that,” he said, indicating that the Al-Qassam Brigades “have been trying to protect the prisoners for months to serve the interests of our people, and we continue to strive for that.”

He pointed out that the Israeli prisoners in Gaza “are living in difficult conditions and are struggling for their lives,” adding, “We are still striving to preserve the enemy’s prisoners by all means, and we have warned dozens of times about the risks they face and the losses they have suffered since the beginning of the war, but the occupation leadership has ignored the fate of its prisoners, and the Zionist Nazi army deliberately kills and injures its captives.”

“The wounded and sick enemy prisoners are living in extremely difficult conditions, and this is not surprising, as everything our people suffer from, such as hunger, thirst, lack of medical supplies, and others, is also suffered by the enemy’s prisoners,” he said.

He said, “The enemy’s leadership and its brutal army alone bear full responsibility for the lives of the prisoners, as time is rapidly running out, and I excuse the one who warned.”

A ceasefire between Hamas and Israel lasted for a week from November 24th to December 1st, during which there was a cessation of hostilities, an exchange of prisoners, and extremely limited humanitarian aid was delivered to Gaza, through Qatari, Egyptian, and American mediation.

Tel Aviv estimates that there are about 134 Israeli prisoners in Gaza, while it holds in its prisons at least 8,800 Palestinians, according to official sources from both sides.

Abu Ubaida pointed out that “the Battle of Storm Al-Aqsa, which was launched for Jerusalem, will not calm down, and it is increasingly being formed to remove injustice and aggression from Al-Aqsa Mosque and from the land of Isra and Mi’raj, and it will be a turning point in the history of our nation, God willing.”

He said, “The Palestinian resistance in Gaza and our steadfast people are facing a Zionist-American war that is still powerless against a great, giving people facing massacres and horrendous massacres, but they do not know defeat.”

He wondered, “How will they defeat a people whose resistance lives in its conscience, shares suffering, pain, and hope with it, sacrifices with it its dearest ones, and its leaders and soldiers advance for the sake of God and for the sake of freedom in defense of the holiest of holy places and the greatest causes.”

He emphasized that the fighters of Al-Qassam “continue to engage in heroic battles in all areas of Israeli incursion and aggression in the north, center, and south of the Gaza Strip with different tactics and appropriate weapons.”

“Concurrently, the battles with the fighters of our nation and its resistance forces continue on all fronts, and they are widening and growing in the face of the enemy’s arrogance, arrogance, and Nazi barbarism,” Abu Ubaida said.

He pointed out that “what the occupation claims to have achieved in the field is just lies,” indicating that the Israeli army “does not trust its closest friends, nor do its allies believe it, and it cannot convince its audience, despite all its lies, that it has won, is winning, or is achieving its goals.”

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