The Isra-helli occupation forces postponed the release of the body Amjad Abu Sultan (14) which was supposed to be today at an Israeli military checkpoint in the West of Bethlehem city. He was killed by the occupation forces near Bethlehem on 14.10.2021,
Hamas reacts with fury as Britain moves to ban group
UK Home Secretary Priti Patel is pushing to ban the Palestinian movement under the Terrorism Act.
Hamas has condemned a move by Britain towards banning the group as a terrorist organisation which could see supporters of the Palestinian movement face up to 14 years in prison.
Home Secretary Priti Patel, who will push for the ban in Parliament next week, argued on Friday that it was not possible to distinguish between Hamas’s political and military wings. She called Hamas “fundamentally and rabidly anti-Semitic”, adding the proscription was required to protect the Jewish community.
Hamas responded in a statement, saying: “Instead of apologising and correcting its historical sin against the Palestinian people … [Britain] supports the aggressors at the expense of the victims.”
That comment referred to the Balfour Declaration and British Mandate, which it said handed “Palestinian lands to the Zionist movement”.
“Resisting occupation, by all available means, including armed resistance, is a right guaranteed by international law to people under occupation,” added the statement.
The group called on its supporters to condemn the UK’s move, as it described Israel’s occupation of Palestinian lands, forcible displacement of Palestinians, the demolition of their homes, and the siege of more than two million people in Gaza Strip, as “terrorism”.
Patel, who is on a trip to Washington, DC, said her move was “based upon a wide range of intelligence, information and also links to terrorism”.
Today, The Israeli bulldozers demolished an underconstruction Palestinian residential building near the barbed fence in Wadi Al-Hummos neighborhood, which is part Sur Baher village in Jerusalem, but located out side the Apartheid Wall.
#Israel, #Jordan and the #UAE are expected to sign a deal today in Dubai under which a solar plant in the Jordanian desert will generate power for Israel, in exchange for a desalination plant in Israel that will provide Jordan with water
Jordan University students chanted for Palestine in rejection of the brand new Israel-Jordan deal, through which a solar power plant will be constructed in Jordan to generate electricity for 'Israel', while a desalination plant established in 'Israel' will send water to Jordan.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
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