Hamas spokesman says resistance ready for long battle, will not waiver on demands, in particular opening of Gaza sea port.
(SOURCE) Hamas states on Saturday that it would continue attacks on Israel, if Palestinian demands it put forward in indirect talks in Cairo were not met.
Sources warned that if Israel did not cooperate with the Egyptian-mediated efforts, the Palestinian delegation would withdraw from Cairo. “If our demands are not met by Sunday, we will attack Tel Aviv,” the Ramallah-based Wattan TV network reported.
The Palestinians are demanding an end to the siege, border crossings to be reopened, and construction material to be allowed entry into the Gaza Strip. Other demands include free passage between the West Bank and Gaza, extended fishing rights, reopening the southern Gaza airport and creating a seaport.