Following a warning by Palestinian resistance groups, the flag march that Zionist settlers planned to hold in Al-Quds (Jerusalem) on Thursday has been canceled.
The Israeli regime’s police chief told the rally organizers that they would not be allowed to hold such a rally, the Palestinian Information Center announced Monday, citing the Zionist newspaper Yediot Aharonot.
The rally organizers have been informed of this, according to Hebrew television station Kan 11.
Earlier, the Palestinian resistance threatened the Israeli regime that the same scenario as on May 11 would be repeated if the march took place. The resistance further stressed that it would certainly not remain silent in the face of an attack on the holy sites in Al-Quds (Jerusalem).
Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar already let out a new threat: “If the Al-Quds march endangers the Al-Aqsa Mosque, we will end the ceasefire and shell Israel again early this week.”
This is the second time that the march has been canceled by settlers carrying the flag of the Zionist regime. On Ramadan 28, the Zionist settlers planned to hold a rally in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa Mosque in Al-Quds (Jerusalem). However, this was canceled after threats from the resistance. After that, the 11-day war against the Gaza Strip began.
The Israeli military began brutal attacks and aggression against the Gaza Strip and Palestinians on May 10, to which the Palestinian resistance groups responded with rocket attacks.