Hamas has denied US allegations that two suspects had been arrested in connection with the movement.

Iran PressMiddle East: Two members of the Boogaloo Bois, a far-right anti-government movement, were arrested and charged with conspiring and attempting to give material support to Hamas.

Michael Robert Solomon, 30, and Benjamin Ryan Teeter, 22, were arrested Thursday, according to a US Justice Department statement.

Hamas has denied US allegations that two members of the movement were detained.

"Hamas denies any acquaintance or connection with the Boogaloo Bois movement or any of its members," the Palestinian Shahab news agency reported.

Hamas stressed: "This action by the United States is a failed attempt to tarnish the image of Hamas, which is being carried out at the request of the Zionist regime and its extremist leaders. Hamas is a Palestinian liberation movement that fights against the occupying Zionist regime only in the Palestinian territories and does not interfere in the internal affairs of any other country in any way."

Hamas added that under no circumstances does it intend to take action against the United States, and no such attempt has been made in the history of the movement.

The Palestinian group said the allegations were made as part of a deliberate plan by the US government to destroy the Palestinian people's aspirations and resistance and to gain more support from the Zionist lobby for the upcoming 2020 elections.

At the end of the Hamas statement, it is stated: "We are aware of the oppression that black Americans are suffering from and express our full solidarity with them and hope that the day will come when their rights will be recognized as our inalienable rights."