Hamas chief Haniyeh calls on Arabs to storm al-Aqsa on Ramadan

The Jerusalem Post reports: “Hamas terror chief Ismail Haniyeh made a televised statement on Wednesday calling on barricades at al-Aqsa Mosque at the start of Ramadan and Hamas’s ‘flexible’ stance on hostage negotiations.

In a televised statement, senior Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh called on residents of the West Bank and Jerusalem to barricade themselves at the al-Aqsa Mosque at the beginning of Ramadan. Haniyeh also called for ‘a broad and international movement to break the siege on al-Aqsa Mosque.’

Haniyeh asserted that when it came to hostage negotiations, Hamas was demonstrating ‘flexibility,’ though the terrorist group maintained that they would continue fighting. 

Haniyeh addressed the possibility of the IDF’s invasion of Rafah and expressed hope that international efforts would restrain Israel’s ambitions of an invasion…”

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