GAZA, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- Ismail Haniyeh, politburo chief of Islamic Hamas movement, said on Monday that his movement is fighting fanatic and extreme ideologies in the Gaza Strip.
Haniyeh's remarks were made at a memorial service held in Gaza city for three Palestinian police officers who were killed last week in two explosions at two police checkpoints in southern Gaza city.
"The aim of the two bombings is to impose new priorities at the expense of confronting the Israeli occupation," said Haniyeh.
He noted that "the bombings were intended to create a security chaos and investigations indicate that what was done was followed by new bombings in different areas."
"There will be a full publication of the details of this crime, and when the picture is complete, we will find that it was planned to create a very dangerous image for Gaza," said Haniyeh.