Jenin resistance factions urges maximum alert to confront IOF
The resistance factions in Jenin camp urge "maximum preparedness and alert" and advise not to be drawn into the movements of the IOF military vehicles that set up ambushes to lure fighters.
The resistance factions in Jenin camp called in a statement “not to be drawn into the movements of the IOF military vehicles that set ambushes to lure fighters,” and urged "maximum preparedness and alert."
The resistance in Jenin spoke of a meeting that was held between representatives of the factions to discuss "the current situation and the state of preparation for any aggression against our people."
In the same context, Hamas said that "the resistance cannot abandon its responsibilities towards what is happening in Al-Aqsa Mosque," calling on the Palestinians in the West Bank and the Palestinian interior to support those stationed there.
These statements come in conjunction with news circulating in the Israeli media about the police calling on settlers to bring their personal guns during their visits to pray in synagogues.
Israeli media reported that the Israeli occupation is on high alert in light of the Israeli October holidays.
The media added that Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid met on Sunday with senior officials of the security establishment as well as Defense Minister Benny Gantz and former Prime Minister of the occupation Naftali Bennett "to discuss the practical situation of the intelligence assessments and work plans ahead of the holidays."