Nasser al-Din: The occupation bears responsibility for everything that could happen in Al-Aqsa

The head of the Jerusalem file in Hamas’ political bureau, Haroun Nasser al Din, blamed the Israeli occupation for everything that might happen if the red lines in Al-Aqsa Mosque were exceeded.                                                                                                                                                                       Nasser al-Din warned the occupation of the attack against Al-Aqsa, saying: “The people of Jerusalem, the West Bank, the occupied territories, the Palestinian people and the resistance will respond to it,” adding that, “The sword of Jerusalem is still legislated in defending Al-Aqsa “.

“The identification and the support of the occupation government for extremist settlers and allowing them to storm Al-Aqsa and Ibrahimi mosques and let them to perform “Talmudic rituals” on what they call it “Hanukkah” in an attempt to impose new facts is considered a dangerous matter that the
Palestinian people and the resistance will not allow to it pass,” he said .

Nasser al-Din pointed out that the occupation government will try to impose these facts, and if it does something like this, the level of clashes that have been ongoing since the sword of Jerusalem will increase and continue “.

He stressed that the Palestinian people will stand side by side with the resistance and support the resistance men in defending Al-Aqsa Mosque and the holy sites,”
He said, “The need to unite in resisting the occupation is the only way to
defeat it from the Palestinian land.”

He also called on the Palestinian people to travel from the West Bank and
the occupied territories to Al-Aqsa Mosque, to repel settler incursions into
Al-Aqsa courtyards, to join the campaign of the “Great Dawn.”

He added the Palestinian people will protect Al-Aqsa Mosque and the holy
sites as they did over the past years and they will stand side by side with the
resistance as well.
Regarding the Arab position on what is happening in Al-Aqsa, he said, “We
still hope that our Arab and Islamic world will take more steps in supporting
Jerusalem, Palestine and the Palestinian people,” pointing out that “As the
Arab people previously went out in large marches in millions in which they
delivered a message to the occupation that the Palestinian people are not
alone, they can do so again “.

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