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Barely two weeks into the ceasefire between the Israeli military and Islamist Hamas, the Gaza-based terrorist group has started rebuilding its rocket arsenal with the backing of the Iranian regime, the Jerusalem Post reported on Monday, citing Iranian media outlets.
Since Arab countries reduced their funding and support for the Palestinian terrorist groups, Iran has emerged as their biggest sponsor. Besides massive financial and military support , the Mullah regime has provided Hamas with long-range rockets to hit deep into Israel.
The revelation comes as President Joe Biden promised $38.5 million in aid to “rebuild” Gaza after eleven days of fighting. During that time, Hamas fired around 4,500 rockets at Israeli towns and cities. The Israel Defense Forces, in response, destroyed Hamas rocket launch sites, operational bases, and several miles of terror tunnels running beneath Gaza.
The Jerusalem Post reported Hamas’s efforts to replenish its weapons arsenal: Hamas in the Gaza Strip is already rebuilding its massive rocket arsenal to target Israel in the next war, according to Iranian news reports. The assessment by the media is based on information received from Hamas’s political bureau to Fars News. It “announced that the Palestinian resistance has resumed production of missiles with the end of the recent Israeli aggression.” Hamas told its Iranian backers that “our factories and workshops have resumed production of thousands of missiles to stop the [attacks] of Netanyahu in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv,” Fathi Hamad, a member of Hamas’ political bureau, said in a message on Sunday evening. (…) “The option of war against Israel and [due to] discriminatory measures against the Palestinians is still valid, but the Palestinians are not looking for a war because it costs money, but it will continue forever, Hamas leader in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, said on Monday,” according to Fars News. “Israel is occupying our lands, displacing our people and continuing to kill,” said Sinwar, who has been touring Gaza in recent days. Hamas has held parades showing off its weapons as well. Hamas has some 15,000 rockets and Palestinian Islamic Jihad still has rockets as well. These have ranges up to 250 km., […]