Palestinian factions: “Israel” attempts to restore its broken image
Jamal Huwail told Al-Mayadeen that "the importance of the resistance's threat emerged in modifying the path of the march and the few numbers that participated in it."
Hamas” spokesman Abdul Latif al-Qanoua said that "the occupation tried to restore the prestige of its settlements with the “flag march”.
Al-Qanoua told Al-Mayadeen that "the Palestinian resistance unified the Palestinian people," adding "the crises, which are shaking the occupation entity, are one of the fruits of Battle of Saif al-Quds (Sword of Al-Quds)."
“The occupation was trying to pass the flag march discreetly without fueling the resistance,” Al-Qanoua stated, noting, “We are in an open battle and a perpetual war with the Zionist entity, which continues its crimes against Palestinians.”
"All areas of engagement and popular resistance against the occupation in the West Bank must be activated," Al-Qanoua continued, emphasizing that "the conclusion of the flags march does not signify the end of the occupation's crimes."
On his part, Fatah leader Jamal Huwail told Al-Mayadeen today that "scales differed regarding dealing with the occupation after the battle of Seif al-Quds," adding that "the importance of the resistance threat appeared in changing the course of the march and the small numbers that participated in it."