Palestinian calls for an "intifada" on Tuesday against the settlers´ march

The Follow-up Committee of the National Forces in Palestine called for an intifada and a day of rage next Tuesday, in Jerusalem, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and the occupied interior, coinciding with the date of the settlers’ flag march.

And she said in a statement: "Let all of Palestine and its people at home and in the diaspora rise up and under the Palestinian flag, in support of Jerusalem, and protection for it and its neighborhoods, and for the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque."

She added, "We call on our steadfast, heroic Palestinian people in the occupied territories in 1948 and in the occupied West Bank, to march towards Jerusalem and the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque next Tuesday to protect Al-Aqsa Mosque."

The Hamas movement in Jerusalem also called for a general mobilization next Tuesday, and a march towards Al-Aqsa.

In a press statement, the spokesman for the Islamic Resistance Movement “Hamas” for the city of Jerusalem, Muhammad Hamadeh, said: “Our steadfast people who are stationed in Jerusalem and the vicinity of Jerusalem, who have inspired the peoples of the earth, how stubbornness, steadfastness, and confronting the occupier to prevent it from imposing its will and changing the features of Jerusalem as an identity. form".

He added: "Here is the abhorrent occupation unleashed once again by its stray herds to desecrate the alleys and alleys of ancient Jerusalem, and raise the flags of their fleeting entity, in a move that does not stem from any confidence and strength, and what motivated it in it is only its failure and retraction."

He continued: "Oh our people, men and youth of rebellious Jerusalem, the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas in Jerusalem invites you to a general mobilization and rally in the squares of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and in the streets of the Old City, to miss the opportunity for the strayed herds of settlers to achieve their goal. towards Al-Aqsa Mosque, and a day of anger and defiance of the occupier.”

National movements and Palestinian activists inside the occupied territories launched calls to mobilize and crawl towards the city of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque on Tuesday to confront the settlers' march.

The "Abna' al-Balad" and "The Palestinians Struggle in the Occupied Interior" movements called for the march to the city of Jerusalem, especially the Al-Aqsa Mosque, next Tuesday, starting at half past six in the morning, in defense of Palestinian sanctities and Jerusalem neighborhoods that are threatened with confiscation and the expulsion of their residents.

The two movements sent an invitation on social media to intensify attendance and participation in this event, tweeting the hashtags "Save Sheikh Jarrah Neighborhood" and "Save Silwan".

Under the title “On Jerusalem, we are going” and coinciding with the march of the flags, the united al-Fahmawi movement called to participate in the Jerusalem tour from Bab al-Amoud, through the alleys of the Old City, to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and to perform prayer in response to the media march to be implemented by the settlement groups

The movement was set at 2:00 p.m. for the buses to depart from the Kina neighborhood towards the city of Jerusalem, and called on everyone to participate in the campaign and the activism that rejects the plans of the occupation and settlers.

The Israeli right continues its preparations for the so-called "flags march" in occupied Jerusalem next Tuesday, while an agreement was reached with the occupation police on its plan.

According to the agreement, the provocative march will start from “Hanni’im” Street towards Sultan Suleiman Street to Bab al-Amoud Square, where settlers will perform dance sessions, then the march will head to “Indulgence Square” through Bab al-Khalil towards the Al-Buraq Wall, according to what the website said. Arab 48".

Some of the participants in the provocative march will pass through the Muslim Quarter, and another section in the Jewish Quarter.

And last Tuesday, the Israeli "cabinet" decided to postpone the march, which was scheduled for last Thursday, to next Tuesday, June 15.

Previously, the cabinet meeting witnessed sharp discussions between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Benny Gantz over the march.

The Palestinian resistance warned of the escalation of the situation in occupied Jerusalem, and the Al-Qassam Brigades said it was following developments there, and warned against violating Al-Aqsa Mosque.


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