Nasser Al-Hadmi, head of the Jerusalem Committee Against Judaization, affirmed that the Zionist society has become more fragmented and that the end of Israel is imminent, explaining this with evidence.
Al-Hidmi said – in a telephone interview on Al-Jazeera Mubasher – that “Zionist society has become very fragmented now and we see this clearly in the political programs that are being presented in the elections, who is with Netanyahu and against him, and in the absence of leading Zionist figures who can bring this society together and end the farce of the elections.”
“What we are witnessing now is an unprecedented Palestinian challenge, stressing that Jerusalemites do not see themselves as defenders of Al-Aqsa Mosque,” he added.
Head of the Jerusalemite Commission against Judaization, Nasser Al-Hadmi: Al-Maqdisi does not see himself except in defending the sanctities … the Zionist society is crumbling and the end of Israel has approached pic.twitter.com/d0xHXoNRz1
– Al Jazeera Mubasher (@ajmubasher) May 8, 2021
Regarding his expectations about the future of this Jerusalem gift, he said, “I am completely convinced that the end of Israel has approached. We are living in a unique period for the occupation, as it has not been able – for more than two years – to form a government that has the ability to formulate strategic plans that achieve Israel’s goals.”
He continued, “I see with my own eyes the reality that has changed in the city of Jerusalem and the boldness of its defenseless people, who were able to stop the occupation authorities in more than one confrontation with it.”
Confrontations and prayers
Yesterday, the Palestinian Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs confirmed that 90,000 worshipers performed the night of the twenty-seventh of Ramadan at Al-Aqsa Mosque despite the Israeli restrictions.
After the prayers, the Israeli occupation forces arrested a number of Palestinians in the Bab al-Amud area, and prevented ambulances from reaching the injured, while other units of the Israeli army arrested a number of Palestinian activists in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. Online solidarity campaigns are still at the forefront of global communication platforms with the people of the neighborhood.
The Palestine Red Crescent Authority reported that more than 205 Palestinian civilians were injured during confrontations with the occupation forces in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Jarrah and Bab Al-Amud.