Marwan Issa, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), confirmed that the political project in the West Bank has ended, considering that Israel "Oslo ended" and that "The coming days are eventful".
He said in statements to Al-Aqsa TV regarding the escalation in the West Bank, according to Al-Jazeera Net, that providing opportunities for the resistance in the West Bank does not mean leaving it, nor does it mean that Gaza will remain silent, stressing "We will defend our people with all force when direct intervention is required".
He warned against any changes in the status quo in Al-Aqsa Mosque, saying that "If this happens, it will turn the area into an earthquake"emphasizing "The necessity of igniting the resistive work" In all arenas of Palestine and support it financially, morally and in the media.
On the other hand, the prisoners in the prisons of the Israeli occupation continue, for the 30th day in a row, steps "disobedience" Against the actions of the extremist Israeli Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir. As the prisoners enter, tomorrow, their second month in their initiation of steps "disobedience"According to the program approved by the Supreme Emergency Committee for the movement of captives.
The Prisoners’ Club and the Prisoners’ Authority confirmed, in a joint statement, that Steps "disobedience" It will continue until the prisoners announce the start of a hunger strike on the first of Ramadan.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian Prisoners Club reported that the Israeli occupation arrested 24 Palestinians in separate parts of the West Bank.
The number of prisoners in the occupation prisons reached about 4,780, including 160 children, 29 female prisoners, and 914 administrative detainees.
Since the beginning of this year, the death toll in the occupied West Bank has risen to 84, including 15 children, a woman and a prisoner in the occupation prisons.
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