In response to the martyrdom of three Palestinian fighters in southern Nablus, the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) stressed that its scores with the Zionist enemy had not yet been settled. Zionist soldiers killed 3 young Palestinians and wounded 6 more when they raided a camp east of Nablus in the West Bank on Monday morning.
According to the a news agency, following this action by the occupying forces, the Hamas movement announced in a statement that the atrocious crime committed by the Zionist enemy on Monday morning and similar actions will not undermine the spirit of the Palestinian people who rebelled against the Zionist invaders and defend the Al-Aqsa Mosque and her shrines
In this statement, Hamas adds that the escalation of the crimes of the Zionist occupiers, including the crime in the Balata camp or the invasion of the extremist Israeli minister Itamar Ben Gvir into the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the holding of a weekly meeting of the occupier's cabinet in the tunnel under the Barak wall, only add to the "account" of this regime, because the holy sites of Palestine are a red line for Hamas and any attack on them will not go unanswered.
The movement also emphasized that the Sunday sally in Hawar, in which a Zionist soldier was wounded, was the first response to the crimes of the Zionist enemy against the Palestinian people and holy places. It should be noted that on Sunday morning, dozens of Zionist settlers, led by Israeli Internal Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir, with the support of the Zionist regime police, once again invaded the territory of the Al-Aqsa mosque from the Al-Mugarib gate.
On the other hand, the Israel Hayum newspaper reported that the Zionist regime's cabinet will hold its weekly meetings in the tunnels under the wall of the Al-Aqsa mosque, and it will have to approve plans in accordance with the Judaization of Quds.