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PFLP's military wing vows to continue projectile attacks

April 18, 2008 5:09 P.M. (Updated: April 18, 2008 5:09 P.M.)
Gaza - Ma'an - The Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, the military wing of the left-wing Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) have rejected reported remarks by the Mayor of the Israeli city of Ashkelon demanding that the Israeli government strike violently at the Gaza Strip in retaliation for two homemade projectiles that landed in Ashkelon on Thursday.

The Brigades told Ma'an that: "The battle with the enemy is still going on." They indicated that the projectiles that were launched at Ashkelon were of the latest types.

The Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades vowed to continue their attacks and launch more projectiles, pledging security to Israelis security as long as the Palestinian people are in danger.

The Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades also claimed responsibility for launching a projectile at Ashkelon at 1.30pm on Friday.

The group said in a statement: "The launch of the projectile came in response to the threats and statements of the mayor of Ashkelon and his demands to kill the Palestinian resistance fighters and invade the Gaza Strip. This is our message to him that our leaders that will continue the resistance and shelling."

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