An international call to stop the "provocations" at Al-Aqsa and a march in Gaza in solidarity with the Jerusalemites

An international call to stop the "provocations" at Al-Aqsa and a march in Gaza in solidarity with the Jerusalemites On Friday, the United Nations called for an end to "provocations" at the Temple Mount, warning of the dangers of escalation in Jerusalem. In the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian forces and factions organized on Friday afternoon a march of solidarity with the city of Jerusalem and the West Bank.  On Friday, the United Nations called for an end to "provocations" at the Temple Mount, warning of the dangers of escalation in Jerusalem.  This came in a statement issued by the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Wencesland, a copy of which reached Anadolu Agency.  Clashes erupted in Al-Aqsa Mosque, after dawn prayers on Friday, after the Israeli police stormed the mosque’s courtyards.   The UN coordinator said: "We are deeply concerned about the deteriorating security situation in Jerusalem The provocations at the Temple Mount must stop now."  He stated that "the United Nations is in close contact with the main regional partners and the parties to de-escalate the situation."  "Allowing more tensions to rise will further risk another escalation," he warned.  Solidarity march in Gaza  In the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian forces and factions organized on Friday afternoon a march of solidarity with the city of Jerusalem and the West Bank.  A number of faction leaders and thousands of Palestinians participated in the march, raising Palestinian flags and banners condemning "the Israeli attacks and provocations by settlers in Al-Aqsa Mosque and the city of Jerusalem."  Khaled al-Batsh, a leader in the Islamic Jihad movement, said that Gaza "declares its support for the city of Jerusalem, and its rejection of all attempts to impose a Jewish identity on the holy city."  Al-Batsh added, in a speech on behalf of the factions: "Gaza protects with its weapons the constants of the Palestinian people We are one people, one cause, one weapon, and one land in the face of the Zionist occupation project."  Al-Batsh warned Israel "against continuing provocation and aggression, and against any step such as slaughtering sacrifices or others."  He said, "The hand of the resistance is long, in Gaza, Jenin, Nablus, Bethlehem and the Negev, and we will not stand idly by in the face of these provocations."  In the city of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, the national and Islamic forces organized, on Friday noon, a similar stand in which hundreds participated, rejecting the Israeli forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque.  The participants in the stand raised Palestinian flags, and banners on some of them read, "Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine."   On Friday morning, clashes erupted in Al-Aqsa Mosque, after dawn prayers, after the Israeli police stormed its courtyards.  The Palestinian Red Crescent said that 153 Palestinians were wounded in the storming, while the Palestinian Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Authority said that the Israeli police arrested 400 Palestinians from the mosque's courtyards.  For days, tension has prevailed in the city of Jerusalem and the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, in light of calls by Israeli settlers and Jewish "temple groups" to storm Al-Aqsa, coinciding with the Jewish Passover holiday.  And Israeli settler groups announced, through social platforms, their intention to slaughter "Easter" sacrifices (which begins on Friday evening and lasts a week) in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and urged their followers to try to implement this.  These calls provoked angry and widespread Palestinian reactions, official, factional and popular, calling on the Israeli authorities to desist from these provocations.   Al-Aqsa is a "red line"Turkish officials condemn the storming of Al-Aqsa Turkish officials condemned the Israeli forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque on Friday and its attack on worshipers. They stressed that Turkey will continue to support the oppressed.  Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin strongly condemned the Israeli security forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque and their attack on worshipers in it, considering the mosque and Jerusalem a "red line."  This came during his active participation in the Al-Fateh Central Library in Istanbul in front of a large number of young people on Friday evening.  During his speech, Kalin touched upon Israel's attacks on the Palestinians and the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.  "I would like to express our strong condemnation of the events that took place in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque," Kalin explained.  He added, "We would like to stress, as our President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, that Al-Aqsa Mosque and Al-Quds are a red line for us."  In turn, Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay and Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdag condemned the Israeli police violence in Al-Aqsa Mosque.  Oktay said on his Twitter account: "We condemn the Israeli intervention against worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque during the blessed month of Ramadan and the violence that led to the killing of 7 innocent civilians in different cities."  God called for mercy for the Palestinian martyrs and wished recovery for the wounded.  For his part, Bozdag said, "I strongly condemn the killing by the Israeli security forces of seven of our Palestinian brothers, one of whom is a child, and the raid on the Al-Aqsa Mosque sacred to Muslims during the month of Ramadan."  He stressed the need for Israel to immediately end its unjust attacks, stressing that Turkey will continue to stand by the oppressed.  Earlier on Friday, the Israeli police stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque while the worshipers were present, injuring dozens of Palestinians inside and arresting others.

On Friday, the United Nations called for an end to "provocations" at the Temple Mount, warning of the dangers of escalation in Jerusalem. In the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian forces and factions organized on Friday afternoon a march of solidarity with the city of Jerusalem and the West Bank.

On Friday, the United Nations called for an end to "provocations" at the Temple Mount, warning of the dangers of escalation in Jerusalem.

This came in a statement issued by the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Wencesland, a copy of which reached Anadolu Agency.

Clashes erupted in Al-Aqsa Mosque, after dawn prayers on Friday, after the Israeli police stormed the mosque’s courtyards.

The UN coordinator said: "We are deeply concerned about the deteriorating security situation in Jerusalem The provocations at the Temple Mount must stop now."

He stated that "the United Nations is in close contact with the main regional partners and the parties to de-escalate the situation."

"Allowing more tensions to rise will further risk another escalation," he warned.

Solidarity march in Gaza
In the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian forces and factions organized on Friday afternoon a march of solidarity with the city of Jerusalem and the West Bank.

A number of faction leaders and thousands of Palestinians participated in the march, raising Palestinian flags and banners condemning "the Israeli attacks and provocations by settlers in Al-Aqsa Mosque and the city of Jerusalem."

Khaled al-Batsh, a leader in the Islamic Jihad movement, said that Gaza "declares its support for the city of Jerusalem, and its rejection of all attempts to impose a Jewish identity on the holy city."

Al-Batsh added, in a speech on behalf of the factions: "Gaza protects with its weapons the constants of the Palestinian people We are one people, one cause, one weapon, and one land in the face of the Zionist occupation project."

Al-Batsh warned Israel "against continuing provocation and aggression, and against any step such as slaughtering sacrifices or others."

He said, "The hand of the resistance is long, in Gaza, Jenin, Nablus, Bethlehem and the Negev, and we will not stand idly by in the face of these provocations."

In the city of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, the national and Islamic forces organized, on Friday noon, a similar stand in which hundreds participated, rejecting the Israeli forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The participants in the stand raised Palestinian flags, and banners on some of them read, "Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine."

On Friday morning, clashes erupted in Al-Aqsa Mosque, after dawn prayers, after the Israeli police stormed its courtyards.

The Palestinian Red Crescent said that 153 Palestinians were wounded in the storming, while the Palestinian Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Authority said that the Israeli police arrested 400 Palestinians from the mosque's courtyards.

For days, tension has prevailed in the city of Jerusalem and the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, in light of calls by Israeli settlers and Jewish "temple groups" to storm Al-Aqsa, coinciding with the Jewish Passover holiday.

And Israeli settler groups announced, through social platforms, their intention to slaughter "Easter" sacrifices (which begins on Friday evening and lasts a week) in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and urged their followers to try to implement this.

These calls provoked angry and widespread Palestinian reactions, official, factional and popular, calling on the Israeli authorities to desist from these provocations.

Al-Aqsa is a "red line"Turkish officials condemn the storming of Al-Aqsa

Turkish officials condemned the Israeli forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque on Friday and its attack on worshipers. They stressed that Turkey will continue to support the oppressed.

Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin strongly condemned the Israeli security forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque and their attack on worshipers in it, considering the mosque and Jerusalem a "red line."

This came during his active participation in the Al-Fateh Central Library in Istanbul in front of a large number of young people on Friday evening.

During his speech, Kalin touched upon Israel's attacks on the Palestinians and the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

"I would like to express our strong condemnation of the events that took place in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque," Kalin explained.

He added, "We would like to stress, as our President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, that Al-Aqsa Mosque and Al-Quds are a red line for us."

In turn, Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay and Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdag condemned the Israeli police violence in Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Oktay said on his Twitter account: "We condemn the Israeli intervention against worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque during the blessed month of Ramadan and the violence that led to the killing of 7 innocent civilians in different cities."

God called for mercy for the Palestinian martyrs and wished recovery for the wounded.

For his part, Bozdag said, "I strongly condemn the killing by the Israeli security forces of seven of our Palestinian brothers, one of whom is a child, and the raid on the Al-Aqsa Mosque sacred to Muslims during the month of Ramadan."

He stressed the need for Israel to immediately end its unjust attacks, stressing that Turkey will continue to stand by the oppressed.

Earlier on Friday, the Israeli police stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque while the worshipers were present, injuring dozens of Palestinians inside and arresting others.

"Arab Human Rights" calls on the International Commission of Inquiry to expedite the issuance of its report to hold Israel accountable

Cairo WAFA - The Arab Human Rights Committee condemned in the strongest terms the violations committed by the occupying power in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, calling on the International Commission of Inquiry formed by the Human Rights Council to quickly issue its report on these violations, in order to ensure accountability and accountability. about her .

The head of the Arab Human Rights Committee, Counselor Jaber Al-Marri, affirmed, in a press statement, that what Al-Aqsa Mosque witnessed yesterday in terms of attacks on worshipers is an extension of a series of abhorrent violations practiced by the occupying power against the defenseless Palestinian people, and a further violation of international human rights law and international humanitarian law. and lack of respect for the right to practice religious rites .

Al-Marri explained that this flagrant violation of human rights principles and the abhorrent encroachment against religious sanctities shows the tendency of the occupying power to provoke the feelings of Muslims in various parts of the world during the holy month of Ramadan .
He recalled that the United Nations Human Rights Council issued on May 21, 2021 a resolution establishing the ongoing Independent International Commission to investigate all violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, East Jerusalem and Israel, and all the root causes behind recurrent tensions, instability and prolongation of the conflict, including discrimination and repression .

"Fatah" on the 34th anniversary of the assassination of "Abu Jihad": we are continuing on the path of the founding leaders until liberation and return

Ramallah WAFA - The Palestinian National Liberation Movement “Fatah” confirmed that it is continuing the struggle with the same determination and determination on the path of freedom and return, which was drawn for us by the historical leaders, who founded “Fatah” and launched the great Palestinian revolution in 1965. The martyrs, led by Yasser Arafat "Abu Ammar", Khalil al-Wazir "Abu Jihad", Salah Khalaf "Abu Iyad", and all the founding leaders.

In a statement issued today, Saturday, on the occasion of the 34th anniversary of the assassination of the leader Khalil al-Wazir, "Fatah" clarified that what distinguishes the martyr "Abu Jihad" is that his compass of struggle did not limit Palestine, nor the goals of liberation, return, and the right to self-determination, and his mark is present in all Details of the movement's history, and the Palestinian revolution.

She pointed out that Khalil al-Wazir, Ibn al-Ramla, whose bitter experience of the Nakba in 1948 had sharpened his national awareness early, had his first reaction in the formation of guerrilla cells in the Gaza Strip in the early fifties of the twentieth century, which represented the source of inspiration and the first early nucleus of the storm forces, the military wing of the movement "to open".

She explained that "Abu Jihad", who met Yasser Arafat later in Cairo, and they were alongside Salah Khalaf, Kamal Adwan, Abu Youssef Al-Najjar, Mahmoud Abbas "Abu Mazen", Khaled Al-Hassan "Abu Al-Saeed", and others, they formed the first cell founding "" Opened at the end of the fifties.

In her statement, she touched on the prominent role of brother "Abu Jihad" in the magazine "Our Palestine - The Call of Life" which was published in Beirut, and behind it was "Fatah", especially his role in setting goals and emphasizing the importance of self-reliance and free national will. And that the Palestinian national decision be in the hands of its owners.

The "Fatah" movement pledged the martyr leader "Abu Jihad" to adhere to the same goals on which "Fatah" was founded, and launched the revolution in order to achieve them, foremost of which is the right of return, self-determination, and the establishment of the Palestinian state, with East Jerusalem as its capital.

She also affirmed her confidence in the ability of our great Palestinian people to withstand and achieve victory in the end, noting that "Fatah" has been at the forefront of steadfastness in the face of the bloody aggression that is intensifying against our people, since the beginning of the current blessed Ramadan.
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