Palestinian Resistance warns of Al-Aqsa attacks consequences
Palestinian Resistance factions warned the Israeli occupation today from attacking Al-Aqsa Mosque tomorrow and allowing extremist right-wing terrorist groups to storm it, in light of Israeli calls to do so in celebration of their so-called "independence."
Palestinian Resistance factions warned the Israeli occupation on Wednesday from attacking Al-Aqsa Mosque and allowing extremist right-wing terrorist groups to storm it.
In a statement, the Palestinian Resistance factions said, "The Zionist calls to storm Al-Aqsa are fanning the flames of war on our people and our sanctities, and we hold the occupation fully responsible for the repercussions of these calls," adding, "we will not back down from defending our land and our sanctities, no matter the sacrifices."
The factions said that "the criminal aggression against the Palestinian people and their sanctities requires everyone to prepare for an open battle that would shake the pillars of the entity," calling the Palestinian people "to make their way to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, station there, and confront the invasions of the Zionist usurpers."
This came in response to some settlers' calls to storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque tomorrow, Thursday, in parallel with the so-called "Independence Day."
In this context, an Israeli extremist group posted on social media calls to storm Al-Aqsa in celebration of the so-called "independence," which marks the memory of the Palestinian people's catastrophe, provided that the stormings take place twice, morning and evening.
As a result, Palestinians called the people of the occupied interior to mobilize and crawl towards the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque next Thursday to protect it from Judaization and the plans of settlement groups to celebrate inside it.
IOF prevent call for prayer at Al-Aqsa Mosque
Earlier today, the Israeli occupation forces cut off the external speaker wires of Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Al-Quds and prevented raising the call to evening prayer.
The recent Israeli provocation comes a few weeks after Palestinians stationed in Al-Aqsa Mosque confronted Israeli settlers and forces' raids of the Mosque during the holy month of Ramadan.
The Al-Quds Islamic Endowment indicated that the occupation prevented the call to prayer under the pretext that the Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett "was delivering a speech at the Al-Buraq Wall, known to Jews as the 'Western Wall'", Quds News Network reported.
In response, the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine and the International Commission to Support the Rights of the Palestinian People (Hashd) issued a statement condemning the Israeli prevention of the prayer call.
During the month of Ramadan, Israeli occupation forces stormed, desecrated, and violated the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque, evacuating it from worshippers, assaulting them, and firing rubber-coated metal bullets on them. Even journalists and paramedics were not spared the IOF brutality.