Palestine resistance calls for raising state of alert following Gaza meeting
The Palestinian resistance factions announce raising the state of general alert and call for the continuation of confrontations with the Israeli occupation.
The Palestinian parties and resistance factions held Tuesday a new meeting in the Gaza Strip at the request of Hamas Gaza Strip chief Yahya Al-Sinwar to assess the previous period and address the means of overcoming the challenges that will face occupied Palestine in the coming period and the dangers it could pose to the Palestinian people and their sanctities.
After the meeting was concluded, the Palestinian resistance factions announced raising the level of alert among its ranks and at all levels in case of any new Israeli assaults on the Al-Aqsa mosque and as a precaution against the Israeli occupation and its settlers committing any "idiotic acts."
The factions issued a statement calling for "upholding the permanent state of confrontation with the enemy in the West Bank, Al-Quds, and Al-Khalil in defense of holy sites and rejection of occupation, settlement [expansion], and Judaization."
The Palestinian resistance factions also called on all Palestinians to mobilize and "travel to Al-Aqsa Mosque and station themselves there around the clock to protect it against settler stormings."
"The vicious attacks targeting Al-Quds Al-Aqsa mosque will not only be for the remaining two days of Passover; they will continue throughout the last third of the month of Ramadan and the days that will succeed Eid al-Fitr," the statement read.
The resistance also warned against the Israeli far-right carrying out any provocative flag marches, which were one of the main motives behind the Seif Al-Quds Battle last year.
The Palestinian resistance factions also hailed the resistance for its brave interception of the aerial Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip last night, underlining that "the Palestinian people and all national and Islamic forces will not bail out on them and would be ready to fulfill their duty of protecting them."