Dr. Mousa Abu Marzouk, deputy head of the Political Bureau of the Hamas movement said that Hamas is committed to Egyptian-mediated ceasefire agreement, as long as Israeli is committed too.On his Facebook page, Abu Marzouk said Hamas is not pleased with the repeated Israeli violations, adding that Israel must stop its attacks and violations.
â€śWe in Hamas are committed to the ceasefire, as long as Israel is,â€ť he said, â€śWe of course know the enemy has hostile policies. It’s violating all what we agreed upon during indirect talks mediated by Egypt.â€ť
â€śIsrael has repeatedly violated the ceasefire agreement; those violations must end,â€ť Abu Marzouk added.
â€śIn general, should the enemy be committed to ceasefire, then we are also committed; the latest bombardment came after a shell was fired into Ashkelon,â€ť the Hamas official stated, â€śWe are working with all resistance groups to remain committed to ceasefire so that we donâ€™t give the enemy a chance to bombard border areas, or other areas in Gaza.â€ť
He also said that Hamas is interested is maintaining calm and avoiding any escalation in the area, and added that â€śshould Israel continue its violations, then all options are open; we can deal with any situation that emerges.â€ť
Commenting on the internal Palestinian situation, the Hamas official said there should be better political policies and real changes on the ground â€śso that we can perform our duties towards our people.â€ť
â€śThere are many regional and international parties involved in this process either by direct support, and financing, or by pressuring Israel into halting its violations,’ he concluded.
On Friday at dawn, the Israeli Air Force carried out two air strikes targeting in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. http://www.imemc.org/article/70058
The Israeli Navy also opened fire on Palestinian fishing boats in Gaza territorial waters. http://www.imemc.org/article/70070
Video Of Abu Marzouk Facebook Statement in Arabic https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=852013164820595