'Israel plans to kill 100 thousand Palestinians'

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Sadiq Abu Amir, President of the Palestinian Dialogue Group, claimed that Israel is planning to take control of Gaza and expel at least 500,000 people to the Egyptian-Sinai region. Saying that 100 thousand Palestinian civilians are planned to be killed, Sadiq Abu Amir, President of the Palestinian Dialogue Group, warned that the fire will burn the region.

'Israel plans to kill 100 thousand Palestinians'

The Israeli government has increased its air and land bombardments on Gaza extraordinarily. Electricity has been cut. Entry of food products and fuel is banned. Israel, which started the land operation, is preparing to intervene in the Gaza Strip with 120 thousand soldiers. Sadiq Abu Amir, President of the Palestinian Dialogue Group, who made special statements to our newspaper, claimed that Israel plans to kill 100 thousand Palestinian civilians take over the administration in Gaza, and drive at least 500 thousand people to the Egyptian-Sinai region.

"We are a people who have been writhing under an unprecedented siege shield for 17 years. We have not been able to breathe for years. The infiltrations and raids to break this shield have shattered Israel's image as an invincible power. The stage we have reached is one of the breaking points of history. However, different focal points may want to use the righteous struggle of millions of people whose lands have been usurped. At the moment, Iran wants to turn this situation in its favor,” he said.

“The image of Iran as the sole protector of Palestine would cause the greatest damage to the Palestinian resistance. Iran's stance in Iraq, Yemen, Syria, and Karabakh is clear. Al-Aqsa Mosque is the common sacred place of the ummah. For this reason, all Muslims of the world must stand up against the occupation. We expect the Arab world and especially Türkiye to play an active role at this point," he added.


Amir also reminded that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had shared maps without Gaza months ago.

"Muslims must get rid of the delusion that Hamas is being lured into a trap. For years, Israel has been making calculations to take over the Al-Aqsa Mosque and swallow Gaza. It is taking steps related to this. Using these recent events as an excuse, they will first massacre in Gaza and then take over the administration with exiles. They plan to kill 100 thousand Muslim Palestinian civilians with aerial bombardment and residential operations. The biggest attack in human history has begun. Within the project, they aim to expel 500 thousand Palestinians to Sinai. Israel has the technology to prevent civilian casualties. But they bomb civilians and soldiers indiscriminately. The ground intervention will be more bloody," he said.


Abu Amir argued that Israel will pay a heavy price in this process.

"More than two million civilians are now unprotected in Gaza. Gaza will not fall soon. Whatever the outcome, Israel will suffer many casualties. Conflicts will spread to other countries, especially Lebanon and Syria. The center of the war may even move to Syria. Although there are different statements, Hezbollah cannot stay out of this process. Hundreds of thousands of people traveling to Sinai will bring Egypt into the equation. Jordan is already a country directly affected. In parallel with the massacres and the determination of the resistance, military support from different countries is inevitable," he emphasized.


Hamas's military wing, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, announced that they launched a comprehensive attack against Israel called "Al-Aqsa Flood" on the morning of October 7.

While thousands of rockets were fired from Gaza towards Israel, armed groups entered the settlements in the region.

The Israeli army also launched an attack on the Gaza Strip with dozens of warplanes.

Source: Newsroom


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