Senior commanders of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas condole with Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah on the martyrdom of six Hezbollah fighters by an Israeli raid in Syria’s Quneitra.
In a letter sent to the Lebanese resistance leader, the commander in chief of Hamas’ military wing, Mohammad Daif, called on the unity of the resistance against the Zionist enemy.
The blood of these martyrs is a “powerful blow” at the face of the submissive people that the real enemy of the nation is the Zionist enemy, Ddaif said.
He stressed on the importance of unity among all resistance factions against the Zionist scheme.
For his part, the head of Hamas movement in the Gaza strip, Ismail Haniyeh offered condolences to Sayyed Nasrallah, and expressed sympathy with the families of the martyrs.
“The Zionist enemy thinks that through killing and terror can break the will of the nation…. However, this policy is doomed to fail, as we will stick to the rights of this nation,” Hnaiyeh said in the letter.
An Israeli raid on Syria’s Quneitra killed six Hezbollah fighters earlier on Sunday. The fighters were going on a reconnaissance mission in the Golan.