Hamas: Israeli attack on Sheikh Jarrah  will not go unanswered

Days of Palestine - Jerusalem

The spokesman for the Hamas movement in occupied Jerusalem, Muhammad Hamadeh, called on the people of Jerusalem and the occupied territories since 1948 to reach the Al-Aqsa Mosque and attend intensively on the twenty-seventh from Ramadan until the blessed Eid Al-Fitr to protect it from the occupation and settlers' plans.

Hamadeh stressed, in press statements, that any attack on the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and the Al-Aqsa Mosque by the Israeli occupation will not go unpunished, who must understand the Palestinian people's message that Jerusalem is a red line.

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He stressed that Sheikh Jarrah needs a unified Palestinian and Arab stand and that everyone must be alerted in anticipation of any decisions from the Israeli court.

Hamada warned that the Israeli occupation is trying to impose new facts in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood to Judaize the neighborhood through displacement.

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He cautioned that the uprising of Jerusalemites and the Palestinian people disrupted the occupation scheme in Jerusalem.

Hamadeh said that the resistance in Gaza and the West Bank announced a decisive stance in response to the continuing attacks of the occupation.

It is noteworthy that 28 Palestinian families, including 87 Palestinians, including women and children, in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of Jerusalem, are at risk of imminent forced eviction, including four families in the coming days, and three other families by August 1, after court decisions are issued in the interest of a settler organization.


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