Ansar Allah condemns Israeli provocations, hails Palestinian people
Ansar Allah politburo in Yemen strongly condemns the Israeli assaults on worshippers in occupied Al-Quds, in addition to their violations of sanctities and Al-Aqsa mosque.
Yemeni Ansar Allah's politburo issued a statement on Friday condemning the Israeli occupation's assaults on Palestinian worshippers as well as the continuous violations of sanctities and the holiness of Al-Aqsa mosque. The statement also hailed the Palestinian people for their acts of resistance against the Israeli occupation and its "arrogance".
"The ongoing developments in occupied Palestine necessitate serious actions from the Arabic and Islamic peoples to support the steadfastness of the Palestinian people and stand by them against the Israeli occupation and the regimes of normalization of treason," the statement read.
Thousands of #Palestinians from #AlQuds gathered and showed their unconditional support for their city and #AlAqsa mosque against the assaults of the Israeli occupation.#AlAqsaUnderAttack pic.twitter.com/2TFxVIZaUr— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) April 15, 2022
Sources in the Palestinian resistance told Al Mayadeen the resistance was closely watching the developments in Al-Aqsa mosque, and they have conducted calls and talks with mediators regarding the matter.
"Hamas stressed that Gaza and Al-Quds were still at the forefront, and there is no backing down from the accomplishments of the Seif Al-Quds battle," sources reported.
The resistance also informed Cairo of the importance of urgently releasing those arrested at Al-Aqsa mosque today.
The Palestinian resistance stressed that it was supporting those stationed at Al-Aqsa mosque to protect it against the Israeli occupation's assaults, holding the occupation "fully responsible for these assaults" against the Palestinians and warning "Tel Aviv" of an imminent confrontation if the occupation carries on with its violations.
The Israeli occupation forces had raided Al-Aqsa mosque on Friday dawn and tried to completely evacuate it, which led to confrontations with the Palestinians stationed in it, injuring nearly 150.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent had earlier reported that around 50,000 Palestinians attended the Friday prayers in Al-Aqsa despite the Israeli assaults and mass arrest campaigns.