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Hamas Focuses on 'Right Wing Invasion of Temple Mount'

reprinted from Arutz 7
13 Kislev 5768, 23 November 07 09:47

(IsraelNN.com) Hamas is conducting a campaign to undermine the Annapolis conference by propaganda that the Israeli right wing wants to invade the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, according to the Israeli Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center. It also said that the campaign is aimed at deflecting attention from its recent massacre of Fatah supporters at a Gaza rally.

Recent Hamas speeches warned of "the shame and disgrace" of the meeting in Annapolis. It called on Arabs and Muslims to censure the "Zionist enemy" for alleged attacks on the Al-Aqsa mosque at the Temple Mount. "Israel continues damaging Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa mosque. It is planning to excavate additional tunnels under the mosque [and] right-wing Israeli activists 'invaded' the Al-Aqsa mosque precinct," Hamas has told its followers.

On Saturday, Israel banned four other people from the Temple Mount for a period of 15 days after they also hung pictures of Haniyeh and flags of the movement at the site.

 

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