Hamas: All options are on the table
The Head of Hamas's Political Bureau Ismail Haniyeh stresses that the occupation wishes to turn the "Flag March" into a station to bypass the accomplishments of Seif Al-Quds.
The head of Hamas Political Bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, said in light of the preparations for the "Flag March" in Al-Quds, that "all options are on the table, and we are ready for all possible scenarios."
Haniyeh added that the occupation wishes to make the "Flag March" a station to overcome the accomplishment of the Seif Al-Quds battle and to bypass the fervor created after the battle, "but we will say clearly that the clock will not turn back, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque is our right and it belongs to us."
He further clarified that the nation, the people, and the Resistance are all ready to deal with any developments that may happen tomorrow and considered the spearhead of tomorrow's developments to be "our people in Al-Quds, who never thought twice about defending Al-Aqsa, the West Bank, and the '48 territories, and Gaza will remain as their sword and shield."
Al-Qanou: The entire Palestinian people will rise in defense of Al-Aqsa
Hamas' Spokesperson, Abdul Latif Al-Qanou said that the Israeli occupation's insistence on proceeding with the settlers' "Flag March" tomorrow on Sunday is a price it will pay dearly.
Al-Qanou said that the occupation should understand the Resistance's messages very well and be aware of the repercussions of any coming battle, while learning from the lessons of the battle of Seif Al-Quds."
He further added that the occupation's behavior tomorrow and its violations will define how things proceed, asserting that the "entire Palestinian people will be involved in the fight to defend Al-Aqsa and protect it" from the occupation and the crimes of its settlers.
Hamas' spokesperson reiterated that any Zionist violation of Al-Aqsa or any attempt to change the status quo there will mean a new battle with the occupation, the repercussions of which will fall upon it."
Israeli Media: Occupation deploys additional Iron Dome systems
Israeli media reported on Saturday that Hamas launched eight test rockets from Gaza towards the sea as a warning for "Israel".
At the same time, Israeli media outlets said that the occupation has deployed additional Iron Dome systems in the occupied territories. Israeli Channel 12 said that occupation forces deployed these systems to intercept rockets in the occupied Palestinian lands.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Friday that the "Flag March" will take place in occupied Al-Quds next Sunday, with thousands of protestors participating.
According to a statement released by Bennett's office, the Israeli PM was completely briefed on the preparations being made by Israeli police for the March, with Israeli intelligence doing the groundwork to support deployed occupation forces.
Bennett stressed that the "Flag March" will proceed as planned, noting that it will end at the Buraq Wall, and will not pass through the Al-Aqsa Mosque, adding that activity in the Al-Aqsa Mosque will continue as usual.