Amman governor approves protests in support of Al Aqsa Mosque
In Jordan, Amman Governor Abdul Karim Al Malahmeh approved a request by opposition parties to organize a march in Amman on Monday to express support for Al Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem in wake of threats made by Jewish groups to storm Al Aqsa Mosque, Petra news agency reported.
Meanwhile, the Jerusalem Brigades, the military wing of Islamic Jihad Movement warned Israel about harming the Al-Aqsa Holy Mosque and the attempt of the Zionists to break into the Mosque on Monday.
A Brigades official Abu Ahmad said in a statement Sunday that they will not observe Israeli movements towards Al-Aqsa Holy Mosque silently.
Palestinians won't allow this assault and Israel should be certain that its doings will not go unanswered, Abu Ahmad said, cited by KUNA news agency.
Jewish fundamentalists plan to break into the Mosque Monday to carry out religious rituals in its square.
Abu Ahmad praised the actions of Palestinians and people of Jerusalem, and urged them to be patient and strong and resist the Israeli occupation that will end one day.
Aby Ahmad asked Arabs and Moslems to support Palestine and people of Jerusalem and combine all their efforts to stop any further damage to Al-Aqsa Holy Mosque.
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