Video: Hamas warns it will renew suicide attacks

Izzadin Kassam Brigades taunts IDF soldiers to enter the Gaza Strip, warning that the move would result in their deaths.

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November 17, 2012 22:45
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Hamas's armed wing on Saturday night released a Hebrew-language video warning that it would renew its deadly suicide bombing campaign in Israel.

Introduced with a message "from the Palestinian nation to the Zionists," the Izzadin Kassam Brigades video stated "We have missed the suicide [bombs]... wait for us soon in stores, buses and cafes."

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In broken Hebrew with Arabic translations, the video added: "Don't sleep, because soon we will come to you in your sleep."

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The organization singled out IDF soldiers, taunting them to enter the Gaza Strip and warning that the move would result in their deaths.

"Go forth, brave one," the video stated, interlaced with flashing images of Palestinian terrorists. "Go forth, brave one, so that you will die."

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