Hamas urges “to prevent the insidious plans of Israel”

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Hamas called on the Palestinian “masses” go to the Temple Mount on Sunday to “thwart the insidious plans of the occupation.” This is stated in a statement by Hamas representative Hazem Qasem, reports The Jerusalem Post.

Sunday is both Nakba Day and Pesach Sheni.

In this regard, Hamas reacted to calls for Jews to visit the Temple Mount on this day.

“Repeat the call to storm Al-Aqsa will not change its Islamic character, and our people will strongly defend it. The calls of the extremist so-called “Zionist Temple groups” to storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque tomorrow, Sunday, Nakba Day, and the permission of the occupying authorities to do so is a dangerous escalation and provocation of the feelings of our people and our nation, and leads to a clash for which the Zionist occupation will bear responsibility,” the terrorists said in a statement .

Hamas continued: “The repeated incursions into the Al-Aqsa Mosque are nothing but desperate attempts that will not succeed in imposing a fait accompli and changing the historical facts that the Al-Aqsa Mosque Aksa has been and will remain Palestinian, Arab and Islamic. We call on the masses of our people in Jerusalem, the West Bank and the occupied hinterland to go to the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to thwart the insidious plans of the occupation.

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