Gaza’s Islamist rulers Hamas deny sending 800 militants to Egypt for uprising against Hosni Mubarak in 2011

Palestinian militant-political organisation Hamas has insisted that its policy is not intervening in the internal affairs of other countries.

Gaza’s, Palestinian Territories, Islamist rulers Hamas has said the group did not send the militants across the border in Egypt during the 2011 uprising against the country’s military ruler Hosni Mubarak.

Mubarak was ousted in 2011 after three decades in power.

Egypt’s deposed President Hosni Mubarak had levelled allegation against the militant-political organization Hamas of sending 800 armed militants who used underground tunnels to enter Egypt.

He said they were assisted by North Sinai residents. Mubarak took to the witness stand in a Cairo court to testify the militants were sent to Cairo in order to release Egyptian, Palestinian, and Arab prisoners from the Egyptian jails.

He further stated, jailed President Muhammad Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood and other members of the same group orchestrated the jailbreaks and uprising against his government.

Hamas has insisted that its policy is not intervening in the internal affairs of other countries.