Fatah boasts about 7,200 terror attacks against Israel, criticizes Hamas for doing nothing
The video shows numerous violent confrontations and shooting attacks by Palestinian terrorists.
Text on screen: “The number is 7,200
under the wings of the [Palestinian] Authority
the West Bank is burning and is not calming down
and not even a faint voice or anything new has been heard from Hamas
More than 7,200 acts of resistance (i.e., terror incidents) since the start of 2022 in the West Bank
Acts that include shooting at Israeli targets, confrontations and repelling invasions, infiltrations and carrying out high-quality operations, locally produced explosives and Molotov cocktails, [throwing] rocks at the occupation forces, demonstrations and standing against the settlers.
Is the month in which there were the most acts of resistance, when 1,510 acts of resistance were recorded, 76 of which were acts of shooting
The number 1,111 quoted by a Hamas commander is connected to the number of rockets he would fire at Israel in the first volley
In practice, after Al-Sinwar’s announcement, the Islamic Jihad Movement was abandoned to fight a battle in the Gaza Strip alone
[Hamas] is targeting the PA, but Hamas is not participating in the resistance that is burning under the rule of the PA in the West Bank
Hamas is not allowing acts of resistance to be carried out by individuals or multiple participants in Gaza, and is stopping those who try.”
[Facebook page of the Fatah Commission of Information and Culture, Oct. 2, 2022]
The mention of “the number 1,111 quoted by a Hamas commander” refers to Hamas leader Yahya Al-Sinwar who in April 2022 threatened Israel that 1,111 rockets are ready to be fired at Israel in one volley to “defend the Al-Aqsa Mosque.”
“The Islamic Jihad Movement was abandoned to fight alone” refers to Operation Breaking Dawn:
Operation Breaking Dawn - Following the arrest of Islamic Jihad's West Bank commander Bassam Al-Sa'adi on Aug. 1, 2022, the terror organization planned to attack Israeli civilians living near the Gaza Strip, according to Israeli military intelligence. Israel was forced to put those civilians in total lockdown, closing all roads and cancelling buses and trains. After three days of lockdown, on Aug. 5 Israel began attacking the terror organization's infrastructure and killed two of its top leaders, northern Gaza commander Tayseer Jabari and southern Gaza commander Khaled Mansour. Islamic Jihad fired over 1,100 rockets and missiles at Israeli residential areas, with approximately 200 rockets falling short inside Gaza, killing at least 16 Palestinian residents including children. Hamas reported a total of 44 Palestinians killed during the operation, at least 15 of whom were members of terror organizations. Operation Breaking Dawn ended with a ceasefire under Egyptian mediation on Aug. 7, 2022.