Hamas has officially claimed responsibility for a shooting operation in Jerusalem that resulted in the death of three individuals on Thursday.
The incident occurred shortly after the extension of a truce between Hamas and the zionist occupation regime.
In a statement issued hours after the attack, Hamas said that the operation was a natural response to the unprecedented crimes of the occupier in the Gaza Strip and against children in Jenin.
The fighters were identified as brothers Murad Nemr, 38, and Ibrahim Nemr, 30, acknowledged by Hamas as members of its armed wing based in east Jerusalem.
The attack underscores heightened tensions in the region and raises concerns about the fragility of the truce between Hamas and israel. (ILKHA)
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