BEIRUT, Lebanon - Convicted murderer Samir Kuntar, freed during Israel's prisoner exchange with the Lebanese-based Hezbollah terror organization last July, said his group would continue seeking the destruction of the 'Zionist entity' (Israel).
"As long as there is an entity called Israel in the region, we must continue the resistance…until the Zionist entity disappears," Kuntar, 46, told Agence France-Presse Wednesday.
During the interview at his Beirut residence, Kuntar said he did not regret murdering an Israeli father, his two daughters and a police officer in Nahariya in 1979, for which he was serving a life sentence until outgoing Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's government negotiated his release in July.
Kuntar bludgeoned the four-year-old girl to death in front of her father before killing him.
"I remember everything that happened that night," Kuntar said.
"My message to Israelis is, 'you didn't succeed in breaking me,'" he said.
Source: YNet news