Hamas movement said that the occupation plans to Judaize Jerusalem and its attempts to build the alleged Temple will never be achieved, stressing that “Jerusalem will remain an Arabic and Islamic city and a capital of Palestine.”
Hamas said, in a statement on Friday on the 12th anniversary of al-Aqsa Intifada, “we emphasize on our insistence on resistance as the way to protect al-Aqsa and the holy sites and to regain the national rights.”
Hamas stressed that the resistance is the best way to face the occupation crimes, which are increasing day by day, especially in the West Bank which is facing all kinds of repression before the very eyes of the security services that are standing idle regarding the occupation measures, as the movement said.
It also called the Palestinian factions and forces to refuse the futile negotiations, which have brought more division, to unite and adhere to the constants and resistance in order to confront the occupation and regain the rights.
Hamas confirmed its support for the prisoners, calling on them to take a unified position. It also hailed in the statement the Jerusalemites for their patience and steadfastness, urging them to unite in order to defend al-Aqsa Mosque.
The Islamic resistance movement called on the Arab and Islamic nations to support the steadfast Palestinian people in confronting the occupation until achieving freedom and establishing an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital.
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