Hamas says it rejects any statements about foreign forces entering Gaza

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Palestinian militant group Hamas said on Friday it rejects any statements and positions that support plans for foreign forces to enter the Gaza Strip under any name or justification.

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The group said the administration of the Gaza Strip is a purely Palestinian matter. “The Palestinian people (...) will not allow any guardianship or the imposition of any external solutions or equations,” it added.

Separately, the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC), a group allied with Hamas, said it considered any attempt to deploy international or other forces in Gaza as ‘an aggression’ and will deal with it as occupying forces.

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