Families of Missing ‘Israeli’ Soldiers Slam Netanyahu after Hamas Warning
By Staff, Agencies
The families of two ‘Israeli’ occupation soldiers missing since the Zionist war on Gaza in 2014 slammed Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for failing to return their relatives.
The families of Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul, along with other families who lost individuals during the ‘Israeli’ war, bitterly criticized Netanyahu and his government after Palestinian Hamas resistance movement warned that the file of the prisoners may be subject to closure completely.
Goldin and Shaul went missing in action during Cast Lead and are presumed dead, their bodies being held hostage by Hamas.
Hamas accused the Zionist government of lying to the families of ‘Israeli’ soldiers held in Gaza.
Spokesperson for Hamas' Resistance Wing, Abu Obeida, on Tuesday made the remarks in a speech on the 5th anniversary of the 2014 ‘Israeli’ aggression on Gaza.
“‘Israel’ still has the opportunity to recover missing captives and the remains of fallen soldiers,” he stated, addressing the apartheid entity by saying: “The occupation government has practiced misleading and lying in the case of soldiers captured and missing in Gaza.”
Abu Obeida further stated: “To the families of the captured soldiers, ask Netanyahu, Ya'alon and Gantz where they left your children. Ask Ravi Peretz, the army's chief rabbi, how they mislead you with certain information for cheap political ends.”
Meanwhile, the Hamas spokesman highlighted that “There is an opportunity to resolve the issue of prisoners and missing persons if the enemy's leadership is serious.”
"We warn that the file of the prisoners may be subject to closure completely as in the case of 'Ron Arad,'" Obeida concluded, referring to the ‘Israeli’ pilot presumed dead after he was captured in Lebanon.