"Israel" fears cooperation between Al-Aqsa Brigades, Al-Quds Brigades
Israeli media talk about the occupation's fear and concern following reports of ongoing cooperation between Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and Al-Quds Brigades in the northern West Bank.
"The cooperation between the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and the Al-Quds Brigades in the northern West Bank is very worrying to Israel after the Burqin region groups revealed their responsibility for carrying out several operations," Israeli media reported.
"The coalition of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and the Islamic Al-Quds Brigades in the Burqin area, west of Jenin, is very worrying," said Hezi Simantov, Arab Affairs commentator on Channel 13.
"The problem is in the connection between Fatah members, and the great fear is that other Fatah elements join elements in the Islamic Jihad in the northern West Bank," he pointed out.
Burkin groups in various joint operations
The Burqin groups, affiliated with the Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, revealed themselves by announcing their responsibility in carrying out specific operations, with the joint cooperation of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades fighters.
The Burqin groups - Al-Quds Brigades and Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades published a video clip in which a number of fighters appeared, as they announced their first appearance to confront the Israeli occupation forces.
The group claimed responsibility for several specific operations along the fence between Jenin and the occupied Palestinian territories.
Al-Nakhalah: the battle is open against the enemy
"The battle is open against the enemy throughout the West Bank, and the developments taking place in the Bank were an extension of Operation Unity of Battlefields," Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) Secretary-General Ziyad Al-Nakhalah told Al Mayadeen on December 29 during an interview on Twitter Space.
"The enemy is not halting its settlement process in the West Bank," the PIJ chief noted, stressing that the Israeli occupation was relentlessly attacking the Resistance in the occupied West Bank.
"The Palestinians are one people in the face of one enemy," Al-Nakhalah underscored. "Coexisting with the enemy is not a possibility, even if certain parties agree with this notion."