Hamas calls for a "day of rage" in the West Bank
The Israeli occupation launches a wave of raids and arrests in the West Bank against the leader of Hamas, Jamal Al-Taweel, and renews its brutal attacks on the residents of Sheikh Jarrah.
The occupation forces continued their raids in the West Bank and arrested 4 Palestinians from Al-Khalil and Al-Aroub camp at dawn.
The leader of the Hamas movement and the candidate of the "Jerusalem is Our Date" list, Jamal Al-Taweel, was arrested last night from his home in the Umm Sharayet neighborhood in Al-Bireh.
In Al-Quds, the occupation forces and settlers continued their attacks on the residents of Sheikh Jarrah in central Jerusalem and these forces launched a campaign of arrests in their ranks and brutally assaulted the young men before their arrest.
The Palestinians had continued their movement to reject the occupation's practices and plans.
The Protection and Resilience Committees' official in Masafer Yatta, Fuad Al-Amour, said that the citizens tried to reach the area to save what could be saved, but the settlers opened fire at them and caused large fires on their lands.
Meanwhile, Hamas called for "a day of rage" next Friday, in the cities of the West Bank, for mass rallies to cut bypass roads and to escalate against the settlers who are working to impose a fait accompli under the auspices of the occupation government.
Ghazi Hamad, a member of the Hamas political bureau, called for the activation of a movement in the West Bank to put an end to the settlers' attacks.
Hamad also called on the normalizing countries to withdraw from their normalization agreements because it is both humiliating and insulting.
He stressed to Al-Mayadeen the need to adopt a different form when participating in Cairo talks, stressing that the Oslo process has proven its failure and must be changed, with the agreement on a new strategy that combines resistance with politics.
The head of the media office in the Fatah Mobilization and Organization Commission, Munir al-Jaghoub, in turn, stressed the need to end the division and rebuild the Palestine Liberation Organization, noting that this would constitute a deterrent to Israeli attacks.
Al-Jaghoub spoke of the necessity of having all Palestinians within the PLO present, stressing that the Palestinians have the power card in their hands.
He stressed that the resistance did what it had to do and stirred up the stagnant water, praising the head of Hamas, Yahya Sinwar's positions.