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Fatah official: Jewish history is “myths and lies,” Israel making new reality at Al-Aqsa which will lead to world religious war, calls to “defend” holy sites
"The Israeli occupation government's insistence on using various myths and lies in its service... in Jerusalem... will only lead to destruction"
PA preachers call for all Muslims to carry out Ribat until “the liberation of all our holy sites,” Jews have “no connection” in “any way” to Temple Mount, Cave of the Patriarchs
"The Al-Aqsa Mosque and Ibrahimi Mosque will remain Islamic mosques with all of their territory and all of their parts, and the Jews have no connection to them in any way"
Fatah: Israel was behind the 1969 Al-Aqsa arson; “the Mosque constitutes a direct target because it constitutes an obstacle before the baseless Zionist stories, and prime among them the lies regarding the alleged Temple”
"The Zionist hostility to the Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem is not coincidental, but rather a continuous chain of organized crimes..."
PA TV: Israel has attempted to harm the Al-Aqsa Mosque since 1969 arson until today; “Judaizing tunnels” meant to “normalize the Jewish presence” there
"Since the Al-Aqsa Mosque arson and to this day, the occupation authorities are attempting by all means and ways to harm the mosque by excavations underneath it."
Palestinians condemn “invasion” of the Temple Mount by Jews on Jewish day of mourning commemorating “so-called destruction of the alleged Temple”
"Heavy tension prevails in Jerusalem after the arbitrary and provocative Israeli steps against the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque in order to completely take control of it."
PA Religious Affairs Ministry: Israel plans to take control of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is “a purely Islamic waqf”
Headline: "The [PA] Ministry of Religious Affairs condemned the clearing of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and called to stop the attack against it" "The [PA] Ministry of Religious Affairs condemned the fact that the occupation forces removed the worshippers and those carrying out Ribat (i.e., religious..."