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Abbas orders Fatah leaders to mobilize mass Friday protests throughout West Bank

Fatah youth movement vows to ‘isolate all settlements’ in Friday violence; Bennett slams handling of Temple Mount crisis, backs Netanyahu

 July 26, 2017, 2:10 pm
  • Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas speaks during a meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah on July 25, 2017. (AFP Photo/Abbas Momani)
    Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas speaks during a meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah on July 25, 2017. (AFP Photo/Abbas Momani)
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Fatah youth movement vows to ‘isolate all settlements’ in Friday violence

The “Shabiba” youth movement of the Fatah calls on Palestinians to remain “steadfast” in the defense of Jerusalem.

In a statement Wednesday, the movement backs Fatah leader and PA President Mahmoud Abbas’s decision to freeze all coordination with Israel, and calls for widespread participation in planned protests on Friday.

The movement promises “the expansion of the circle of confrontation with the occupation forces, isolation of settlements and the opening of all fronts, in villages, cities and refugee camps.”

The statement says the planned actions will target all settlements and roads leading to them.

— Avi Issacharoff

Abbas orders Fatah leaders to mobilize mass Friday protests throughout West Bank

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is ordering the leaders of the Fatah Tanzim militia to take part in planning mass demonstrations this Friday, and in the days that follow, over the continuing tensions on the Temple Mount.

Meetings are held today between representatives of various Palestinian factions at the office of Fatah deputy chairman Mahmoud al-Aloul. Jabal al-Mheissen, responsible for Tanzim on the Fatah central committee, and former Palestinian intelligence chief Tawfik Tirawi were at the meetings, along with the heads of Fatah’s regional branches in the West Bank.

The assembled leaders call to conduct Friday prayers in public places — not in mosques, in protests at continued security measures at the Temple Mount — as well as general readiness and “escalating” protests “in all of Palestine as an [act of] victory for the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.”

— Avi Issacharoff

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