Al-Aqsa is a red line: Hamas
"The continuation of attacks on worshipers and the sanctity of Al-Quds will backfire on the occupation and its settlers," Hamas says.
Al-Aqsa Mosque is a “red line”, Hamas says after more than 100 Palestinians were injured and more than 400 were arrested by the occupation forces in occupied Al-Quds over the past few days.
The Palestinian resistance held the occupation “responsible for its attack on worshipers and for allowing settlers to desecrate the vicinity of Al-Aqsa mosque."
And the world is ignoring this act of terrorism. Indeed, it is not the eyes which are blind but the hearts.— Sumayya Afreen (@sydsafreen) April 15, 2022
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"The continuation of attacks on worshipers and the sanctity of Al-Quds will backfire on the occupation and its settlers," Hamas warned, adding, "Our people will thwart the occupation's malicious plans by any means, whatever the cost."
Furthermore, the occupation forces are brutally assaulting citizens of Al-Quds in Al-Aqsa Mosque and its neighborhood.
Al Mayadeen correspondent has reported that 10 Palestinian worshippers were wounded in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
On Its account, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society announced this morning that its crews treated two Palestinians, one of whom was injured by a rubber bullet and the other by Israeli occupation forces at the Bab Al-Asbat Minaret, one of Al-Aqsa Mosque's gates.