Palestinians sources report- Escalating tensions of Ramadan 2022 in the occupied territories
על פי דיווח מקורות פלסטיניים גם היום, ה12.04.2022 נמשכים עימותים בין תושבי ג’נין לכוחות הצבא.
شاهد تحليق طائرة مسيّرة تتبع لجيش الاحتلال في سماء المنطقة الصناعية بـ #جنين.
News press PS نيو برس
Protests at Jenin resume amid the killing of
a local during clashes
with the Israeli army yesterday. (12.04.2022)
New Press reporter:
A young man was seriously injured by the occupation’s bullets
in the village of Husan, west of Bethlehem.
Young men block Amman Street, East of Nablus,
in anticipation of the settlers’
storming in the coming hours.
The condition of the injury the man
from Husan village,
west of Bethlehem is stable,
and the news of his death
is not true.
Because of the security situation
, the occupation decides
to cancel the settlers’ storming
of Joseph’s tomb
in Nablus today,
with a promise
that the storming will take
place after Easter.
Source: NEW PRESS telegram channel
Provoking Arab and Muslim feelings
is the beginning of dark days
for the occupation and its settlers
A source in the Palestinian resistance to Al-Jazeera:
The settlers’ plan to slaughter the alleged sacrifices
in the Al-Aqsa mosque is a grief transgression of Muslim sovereignty over the mosque.
Sources in Hebrew
Report of a shooting attack at an occupying army force
in a speeding car near Hawara village.
Hebrew sources: It was determined that
a vehicle belonging
to the occupation forces, the army was hit
by gunfire that targeted it from a speeding car
near the Yitzhar junction,
south of Nablus city.
The Palestinian resistance conveyed messages to the Egyptians about holding Jewish religious rituals and slaughtering sacrifices inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, crossed their red lines
The factions’ messages confirm that is, crossing the red lines in Jenin camp represents a detonator detonating the situation in the various squares
The resistance forces informed the Egyptians that the enemy’s reliance
to the Gaza Strip
and its separation from Jerusalem and the West Bank is a wrong assessment