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Fatah and Hamas announced on July 28 a «Day of rage»

The Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Fatah called on his supporters on Friday, July 28, to participate in the «Day of wrath».

Wednesday, July 26, in the office of the Deputy Chairman of Fatah, Mahmoud al-Alola held a meeting on which, according to the website Walla News, was attended by representatives of various Palestinian factions, including members of the paramilitary wing of the Fatah «Tanzim». In addition, the meeting was attended by the chairmen of the regional offices of the Fatah in Judea and Samaria. In the final Declaration, the summit urged on Friday to hold mass prayers in public areas, as well as to organize protests against «Israeli occupation of Palestine and Masjid al-Aqsa».

Earlier the Jerusalem Islamic Council (Waqf), the Ministry of religious Affairs in Ramallah called on residents of Judea and Samaria this coming Friday to pray not in the mosques and in city squares «in protest against Israeli violations of the status quo on the Temple mount».

The protests also called on the youth wing of Fatah. The leaders of the youth movement also announced their support to the decision of Mahmoud Abbas to suspend all contacts with Israel.

In the Gaza strip on July 26, held a «victory parade» of Hamas. The leaders of the terrorist group said that they were able to defeat the Zionists «in the battle for al-Aqsa.» This was reported by the 2nd channel of the Israeli television. In a solemn procession, which was held in Gaza city, attended by thousands of Hamas militants, including military units and militia.

However, Hamas leaders urged the Arabs living in Judea and Samaria, to spend next Friday a «Day of anger» to protest against the occupation of Jerusalem, and to warn Israel from other rash steps that infringe on the rights of the Muslims.

A day earlier, introduced the Waqf and Mahmoud Abbas said that the conflict around the Temple mount is not finished. Muslims do not ascend to the temple mount as long as Israel will not waive any additional security measures that were introduced after July 14, when three residents of Umm El Fahm committed the attack on the Temple mount.

In the night of Wednesday, July 26, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and internal security Minister Gilad Erdan ordered to begin a personal examination of each who ascends to the temple mount. Inspections will be conducted hand-held metal detectors.

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Fatah and Hamas announced on July 28 a «Day of rage» 27.07.2017

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