Hamas leader Salah Al-Bardawil reiterated Wednesday the movement's insistence that there was no Al-Qaeda presence in the Gaza Strip, after an Israeli security official said there were some 500 active "militant activists" operating in the territory.You gotta love when the people behind children's characters like Farfur the Genocidal Mouse accuse Israel of "incitement."
Bardawil said that "The aim of these Israeli statements is to create animosity between Hamas, the Palestinians in Gaza and the Western world."
"Such statements are not new, they get reproduced not and again to create animosity," he said, adding that the claims that Al-Qaeda is getting deeper into Gaza "borders on incitement."
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