In a statement, Hamas described the settler raids on Aqsa as a desperate attempt to protect the government’s reputation from the occupying government.
Calling on the Palestinians to make next Friday a “day of anger” in West Bank towns, Hamas called for a rally of crowds at all points of contact, cut roads between settlements and step up against settlers who are trying to impose a fait accompli on them under the auspices of the Israeli government.
It was stated in the statement that these attacks will meet with more resistance and obstruction, and will participate in the national liberation project by defending the Palestinian people, their lands and their sacred values; It was stressed that he was ready to unleash a global resistance against the occupying forces and the settlers.
Accompanied by the Israeli police, fanatic Jews frequently carry out raids on the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem. Such raids by fanatical Jews on Harem-i Sharif escalate tensions in the region.
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Masjid al-Aqsa, located in occupied East Jerusalem, has the distinction of being the first qibla of Muslims. Jews, on the other hand, are carrying out excavations under the pretext that the so-called Suleiman Temple remains under the Masjid al-Aqsa complex, which includes the Kibla Masjid Mosque and the Kubbetu Sahara Mosque, as well as a museum, madrasas and a large courtyard, and they claim the right to worship in the Masjid al-Aqsa.
According to the peace treaty signed between Israel and Jordan on October 26, 1994, Masjid al-Aqsa is under the auspices of the Administration of Islamic Foundations of Jerusalem, which is affiliated with the Jordanian Ministry of Foundations, Islamic Affairs and Holiness. . However, since 2003, without permission from the Administration, Jews have entered the holy shrine with Israel’s unilateral decision, accompanied by the police.
Describing these entries as raids, the administration of Islamic foundations in Jerusalem points out that the sovereignty of Muslims is being violated.