Haniyeh: Palestinian people will not allow Israeli storming of Jerusalem in Ramadan 28th

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The head of the Hamas political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, confirmed that the battle for Jerusalem is open and that the city is under real and serious threats, especially as settlers threaten to storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the 28th of Ramadan.

In his speech in the Unified Forum, which gathered a number of leaders and scholars to talk about Palestine and saving Jerusalem on the occasion of International Jerusalem Day, Haniyeh said that we took our decisions with all power and insistence that our people will not allow the Zionists to storm Al-Aqsa on the 28th of Ramadan, so we are all ready to sacrifice for Jerusalem and the Blessed Mosque.

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Haniyeh stressed that the occupation's attacks against Al-Aqsa are a flagrant violation of the Islamic Ummah, calling on the peoples of our nation and its governments to take a strong and solid stand in order to defend Al-Aqsa and support the steadfastness of the people of Jerusalem.

Haniyeh said that the nation must not fail Jerusalem and the Jerusalemites, and we will go on the path of resistance, return, and liberation.

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The Head of the Political Bureau called on all Palestinians at home and abroad to rise to say that no to the occupiers, nor to the invaders, nor to harm the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the capital of believing hearts, and the compass and axis of the conflict on the land of Palestine.

Haniyeh expressed his confidence that the Israeli occupation plans will not pass, and that the Palestinian people have the ability to confront them with the support of their strategic depth in the Islamic Ummah.

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