Source Pravda.Ru

Palestinian troops swore to revenge Tuesday massacre in Gaza on Israel

Israel is in for a new wave of terrorist attacks. Palestinian military troops have sworn to revenge on Israel the Tuesday massacre in Gaza, carried out under the personal order from Ariel Sharon. It killed many civilians, including little children. "Every Israeli can now become a target for Palestinian resistance in any place and at any time," said Mahmud Zakhar, a representative of the Islamic resistance movement Hamas, in a telephone interview with the Egyptian radio on Wednesday morning.

He also warned that "the Hamas movement will not accept any conditions of ceasing the retaliation operations for Palestinian shahids, before it has taught Israel a lesson".

Meanwhile, head of the preventive security service of the Palestinian national administration in the Gaza Strip general Abdul Razzaq Mojaheda was anxious that the deaths of 15 Palestinians, mainly children, in the Israeli air-raid to a residential district had made many Palestinian troops refuse a possible cease-fire agreement with Israel, he said in a telephone conversation on the Cairo radio station Voice of Arabs on Wednesday.

He urged the world community "to intervene in the situation immediately".

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