Palestinians march en mass to say no to Al Aqsa judaization


(Picture: Palestine Information Network)

Palestinians have been told to intensify their presence at Al Aqsa Mosque amid the ongoing desecration of the holy site by the colonial settlers.

The resistance movement Hamas says people from Al Quds, the West Bank and 1948 occupied areas must march en masse to the noble sanctuary to perform the Friday prayers. It adds that they should challenge the Zionist barriers and obstacles encountered on the way.

Hamas spokesperson Mohamed Hamada explains that every moment Palestinians resist and confront the Zionist settlers is a message that the occupation will not reach its goals and that Al Quds and Al Aqsa Mosque are hard to Judaize and divide.

The call comes as four Palestinians were killed in a space of 24 hours. Among them was a 17-year-old boy. The Israeli occupation forces shot him in the chest near the Israeli Apartheid barrier in Ramallah.


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