Hamas organizes a military parade in Gaza on the 35th anniversary of its launch

On Saturday, the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in Gaza Strip organized a military parade to mark the 35th anniversary of its founding. Masked and armed members and leaders of the movement participated in the parade, which the movement called “The Lions’ Den”.

The participants in the parade, which roamed the streets of Gaza City, raised the green movement flags alongside the Palestinian flags, and pictures of a number of West Bank martyrs, under the name “The Lions’ Den”.

It is noteworthy that the “lions’ Den” organization is an armed Palestinian group whose members belong to various Palestinian factions, and it appeared in early September in a public military parade in the Old City of Nablus in the West Bank.

On December 14 of each year, Hamas celebrates the anniversary of its founding, by organizing performances for its military wing (Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades) and organizing marches, exhibitions, and speech festivals.

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