Your ILTV News from Israel July 27 2017

Published on Jul 27, 2017 via the ILTV ISRAEL DAILY Youtube channel – MUSLIM LEADERS CALL OFF MORNING PRAYERS AT AL AQSA MOSQUE, THOUSANDS ATTEND FUNERALS OF TEMPLE MOUNT TERRORISTS, NETANYAHU BACKS NEW BILL CHANGING JERUSALEM DEMOGRAPHICS, POLICE INVESTIGATE FIRE NEAR OLD CITY IN JERUSALEM, AND HEBRON SQUATTERS ARE VOWING TO STAYING PUT.

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(The Terrorist group Mahmoud Abbas originates from and still supports) Fatah`s Spokesman Osama Qawasmeh stated, “The matter has to do with sovereignty over Jerusalem, and is in Israel’s court, and it will the one [sic] deciding whether the region is moving toward a calm or an escalation.

Like Hamas, Abbas’s Party Calls for Clashes on Friday (via BridgesForPeace.com) – July 27, 2017

by: Elior Levy and Roy Kais

Protestors demonstrating against recent security measures on Temple Mount (illustrative)

Thursday, 27 July 2017 | The Palestinian coalition behind the demonstrations and processions in the West Bank [Judea-Samaria] against the added security measures set up at the Temple Mount following a deadly terrorist attack at the site earlier in the month, in addition to leaders of the Fatah party’s military wing the Tanzim, gathered Wednesday in the offices of the Fatah leadership in Ramallah and decided to dedicate Friday to promoting confrontations between their supporters and Israeli security forces.

The decision constitutes a more extreme call to arms: last week, Fatah channeled its rallies to demonstrations held within Palestinian cities, while Wednesday’s call is for out-and-out confrontations with security forces.

The meeting was also attended by members of the Fatah leadership, including Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ deputy Mahmoud al-Aloul, and Fatah Central Committee member Tawfik Tirawi.

Fatah Spokesman Osama Qawasmeh stated that the steps taken by the Palestinian leadership, such as ending security coordination and calling for demonstrations under the name were responsible calls to action. “The matter has to do with sovereignty over Jerusalem, and is in Israel’s court, and it will the one [sic] deciding whether the region is moving toward a calm or an escalation,” Qawasmeh said, adding that Fatah opposes security searching the worshipers’ persons and stressing that if necessary, the demonstrations will continue.

Fatah member Nasser Al Qudwa held a press conference earlier Wednesday and called on Israel to remove all security measures added to the Temple Mount after July 14. Al Qudwa, who is the nephew of deceased Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) leader Yasser Arafat, also gave a statement. “The removal of metal detectors is not enough. Israel must cancel all of its moves. Most of the gates to the Temple Mount are (currently—ed) closed, and more precisely, seven out of nine.”

Jordan’s King Abdullah called Abbas on Wednesday evening, and the two discussed the recent developments in Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. They agreed to combine efforts and continue with joint consultations.

Meanwhile, Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah congratulated the residents of east Jerusalem and the Palestinians in the West Bank who rallied against Israel’s added security measures outside the Al-Aqsa Mosque: “They imposed a victory. What we have seen in recent days is a victory. This is a new model of resistance,” said Nasrallah.

More of the above article can be viewed here on BridgesForPeace.com.

And from PalWatch.org –

Fatah encourages riots in Jerusalem, reinforces libel that Al-Aqsa is in danger
Source: Facebook page of the Fatah Movement’s Bethlehem Branch, July 25, 2017

The image shows a clenched fist surrounded by flames. It has the Fatah logo on it that includes a grenade, crossed rifles, and the PA map of “Palestine” that presents all of Israel as “Palestine” together with the PA areas.

Text on upper part of image: “The Fatah Movement Bethlehem branch”

Text on lower part of image: “At your service, O Jerusalem
At your service, O Al-Aqsa Mosque”

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