Israeli occupation on high alert before 'Flag March'
"Israel's" provocative 'Flag March' has been going for years. It is a customary celebration of "Jerusalem Day" commemorating the complete occupation of Al-Quds back in 1967.
Israeli media reported that the security and military establishment is on high alert in anticipation of the so-called "Flag March" that is scheduled on Thursday.
The Israeli Walla! news website reported that sources in the security and military establishment warned against irresponsible statements that might incite violence in response: specifically referring to the customary speeches associating the Flag March with Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
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The cited sources said it was advisable that politicians avoid extremist statements that "might ignite a fire and lead to terrorist attacks".
The report added that the security and military establishment fears an attack of a salvo of rockets, especially in the wake of recent escalation.
The Times of Israel also reported that the Israeli police are on high alert to deal with attacks and even rocket fire during the upcoming flag march".
"Israel's" provocative 'Flag March' has been going for years. It is a customary celebration of "Jerusalem Day" commemorating the complete occupation of Al-Quds back in 1967. A common feature of the march is the anti-Arab and Anti-Muslim slogans chanted by the protesters.
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