Ismail Haniyeh, head of the Hamas Political Bureau, asked the leaders of Muslim and Arab countries to help save the Al-Aqsa Mosque in al-Quds.
In a message to leaders of the Muslim and Arab worlds, Haniyeh talked about the new policies of the Zionist regime and a recent move by one of its ministers that was meant to stir up trouble. He also said that the Zionists want full control over the holy place, according to Al-Arab News.
He warned that holy sites in Palestine, especially the Al-Aqsa Mosque, are in danger because a new far-right government is taking over the Zionist regime.
Haniyeh also said that national security minister Itamar Ben-move Gvir’s to go into the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque has made things worse.
He said that Ben-racist Gvir’s comments show that the Zionist regime’s far-right government wants to take over Al-Aqsa.
The Hamas official made it clear that the Palestinian people will never agree to something like this, and they will fight against it and other moves by the Zionist regime that try to make Palestinian holy sites Jewish.
The Zionist regime minister’s trip to Al-Aqsa was strongly criticized all over the world.
Ben-Gvir has been to the compound many times since he was elected to parliament in April 2021. However, his presence as a top minister is much more important.
One of the main things that started the second Palestinian uprising, or intifada, in 2000 was a controversial visit by Ariel Sharon, who was then the leader of the opposition. It went on until 2005.
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