Palestinian Calls Thwart Occupation’s Unlawful Act
The occupation forces have backed down from destroying protest tents set up in support of the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem (al-Quds).
The Israeli occupation forces backed down from demolishing a protest tent in al-Quds' Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood after Palestinian calls to confront the occupation's decision, which the residents of the solidarity tents were given an account of by the Municipality.
Residents of Sheikh Jarrah had previously called for active participation in the rejection of the occupation's unlawful decisions against the neighborhood and the solidarity tents, which were scheduled for demolition at 1 p.m. by the occupation forces.
بلدية الاحتلال في #القدس تخطر بهدم خيام الإسناد في حي #الشيخ_جراح، الساعة الواحدة ظهر اليوم.#SaveSheikhJarrah pic.twitter.com/0UkGxdsMyY— Ultra Palestine - الترا فلسطين (@palestineultra) July 26, 2021
On Monday, and in the same context, dozens of settlers stormed al-Aqsa Mosque from the Bab al-Magharibah (The Moroccan Gate) side, and they went on provocative tours in the vicinity of the Bab al-Silsila area (The Chain Gate).
A week ago, the preacher of the al-Aqsa Mosque, Akrama Sabri, stated that the Israeli occupation has been attempting lately to alter the Mosque's religious status by intensifying and broadening its incursions.
Meanwhile, the occupation forces continued their raids and arrest campaigns in the occupied city of Jerusalem, which led to the arrest of a number of young Jerusalemites, including Huzayfa Ayad Atoon.
Moreover, Israeli occupation warplanes carried out night raids across the Gaza Strip. In its turn, the Palestinian Resistance intercepted the attack and opened anti-aircraft fire on the Israeli warplanes.