Hamas threatens Israel: ‘No ceasefire, no Eurovision’

Hamas threatened Israel that if it does not agree to a ceasefire, the terror group will disrupt the Eurovision song contest slated to be held in Tel Aviv next month.

By TPS and World Israel News Staff

Hamas terror group operatives circulated a clip on social media in which they state that Hamas will not allow the Eurovision to take place as long as there is a blockade on the Strip.

In the clip, Hamas warns that no one will be able to sing and dance while Gaza’s residents “are suffering.”

The site in Tel Aviv at which the Eurovision is to be held is shown in the clip with its coordinates, and sirens are heard in the background, implying some sort of attack.

Hamas is seeking to achieve a significant breakthrough that will enable it to avert a crisis that could endanger its brutal rule in the Gaza Strip. The terror group is hoping to solidify a long-term ceasefire with Israel, which will ostensibly bring the Strip economic relief.

This clip appears to be pushing the ceasefire with Israel by means of threatening the Jewish state with violence.

In the past, Hamas has launched rockets at Israel killing civilians, masterminded murderous terror attacks, and sent kites and balloons into Israel with incendiary devices that have burned thousands of acres of Israeli farmland and nature preserves.