Palestinians respond to Great Dawn calls in Al-Aqsa, West Bank mosques
Palestinians respond to calls for stationing at mosques in light of the continuing Israeli aggressions in the West Bank.
Occupied Al-Quds figures and institutions called Thursday on Palestinians to station at Al-Aqsa Mosque to participate in the Great Dawn campaign and perform the Fajr (dawn) prayer and Friday prayers.
The figures and institutions stressed the need to mobilize and participate in the Great Dawn campaign to confront the Israeli occupation's plans to Judaize and divide Al-Aqsa Mosque amid the increasing settlers' incursions.
Al-Aqsa is in danger: Hamas calls for a festival in Gaza
On its part, Hamas movement called on the masses inside the Gaza Strip to participate in the festival entitled "Al-Aqsa is in danger."
The movement's spokesperson, Hazem Qassem, stressed that the festival comes to confirm the centrality of the occupied city of Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa Mosque in the confrontation with "Israel" and that the battle with the occupation over the identity of Al-Aqsa is a comprehensive battle in all areas of the Palestinian struggle.
Qassem stressed that Hamas would send a clear message during the festival about the escalation of the Zionist aggression against Al-Aqsa, adding that the Mosque witnessed an invasion of its courtyards by extremist Israeli settlers.
It is noteworthy that last week, Hamas called for amping up the acts of resistance to thwart the Israeli plans against the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque.
This comes as Al-Aqsa Mosque is witnessing a wave of settlers' incursions to perform racist Talmudic rituals and provocative tours under the heavy protection of Israeli occupation forces.