۲۸ شهریور ۱۳۹۸ |١٩ محرم ١٤٤١ | Sep 19, 2019
News Code: 358926
6 September 2019 - 00:07
Desecrating the Ibrahimi Mosque

In recent weeks, the West Bank witnessed numerous operations against the Israeli occupation. The West Bank is already a volcanic crater without such provocative visits and it is not unlikely for a new intifada to break out.

Hawzah News Agency - (Occupied Palestine) - Israeli President Reuven Rivlin stormed the holy Ibrahimi Mosque and he will be followed by the occupation’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. This storming is similar to that of Ariel Sharon in Al-Aqsa Mosque, which was followed by Palestinian outrage and a Second Intifada that lasted several years.

In recent weeks, the West Bank witnessed numerous operations against the Israeli occupation. The West Bank is already a volcanic crater without such provocative visits and it is not unlikely for a new intifada to break out. It is also not unlikely for the city of Al-khalid  to mobilise against the hundreds of settlers who live in it. The West Bank has enough reasons to explode, but no one can predict when that will come.

Palestinian officials have said that the visit violates international law and that it could lead to a religious war. However, such statements are useless, as the international community, beginning with the US, encourage such crimes. Reminding them of international law is a deviation of the compass or a misuse of old tools. Our conflict has been ideological from the beginning, although some want to try to turn it into a geographical, political, etc. conflict, their attempts have failed. We are in a battle which is based on ideology, even if it is wrong and even if it is not a belief that those fighting really follow, but rather use it to rally others in the name of religion. We are also fighting them in defence of our homeland and sanctities and are provoked by their crimes. While the occupation is the main reason for our conflict, Palestine, and specifically Al-Aqsa Mosque, have significance in Islam and therefore the conflict has a religious aspect whether we want it to or not.

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