Israeli Lawmaker Defies Hamas Threats, Promises To Hold Jerusalem Day Flag March

Israeli MK Itamar Ben-Gvir, head of the right-wing Otzma Yehudit party, has said he plans to walk the “full route” of a planned march celebrating Jerusalem Day whether or not the police agree to watching over the event.

Ben-Gvir said in a statement Tuesday that he would march on Thursday despite the Israeli government and police postponing the event until next Tuesday, calling the postponement a “surrender to Hamas.” Hamas, a U.S.-recognized terror group, signaled earlier this week that it would lash out at Israel should the flag march take place.“The postponement of the march is a surrender to Hamas and a fold in the face of a terrorist organization. Hamas has ruled that Jews will not march through the Old City on Thursday. The Government of Israel and the Israel Police surrendered,” Ben-Gvir said, according to a translation of his tweet.

“The police are not ready to make a commitment to the organizers who will march at the Nablus Gate. On Thursday I will arrive in the Old City of Jerusalem and march with Israeli flags – I will not accept the disgrace,” he added.


Plagiarist Joe Biden Lied – Tries to Take Credit for Israel and Hamas Ceasefire That Was Brokered by Egypt

Plagiarist Joe Biden got caught in another lie on Thursday night.

The far-left president known for his plagiarism took credit for the Israel and Hamas ceasefire — that was brokered by Egypt.

For the record, President El-Sisi in Egypt is the same leader Obama and Biden tried to take down just a few years ago and replace with the Muslim Brotherhood.

FOX News reported:

President Biden sought to take credit for a cease-fire Thursday between Israel and Hamas, despite reports that it was Egypt that brokered the peace.

Biden, who spoke at the White House, included a sentence in his remarks commending Egyptian officials for their “critical role” in ending the fighting. But he repeatedly emphasized the intensive work he said was done by his own administration.

“Over the last 11 days, I spoke with the prime minister six times. I’ve also spoken with President Abbas and the Palestinian Authority more the once and part of our intense diplomatic engagement,” Biden said, “And I want to also thank secretary of state, the secretary of defense, our national security adviser, and everyone on our team for their incredible efforts to bring this about, this outcome that we’re about to see.

“You know, we’ve held intensive, high-level discussions, hour by hour, literally, Egypt, the Palestinian Authority and other Middle Eastern countries, with an aim of avoiding this sort of prolonged conflict we’ve seen in previous years when the hostilities have broken out.”

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In their first phone call, Abbas urges Biden to intervene, stop Israeli attacks

US president opposes Sheikh Jarrah evictions, PA leader’s office says; two leaders discuss ceasefire efforts, two-state solution

US President Joe Biden spoke on the phone on Saturday night with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas for the first time since the former took office in January, both said in statements.

According to Abbas’s office, the two presidents discussed efforts to reach a ceasefire in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.


PA, Hamas condemn Kosovo for opening embassy in Jerusalem

Jordan, Turkey also speak out against first Muslim-majority territory to recognize city as Israel’s capital

Illustrative: A Kosovo government official takes a self-photo during a signing ceremony held digitally, in the capital Pristina, establishing diplomatic ties between Kosovo and Israel, February 1, 2021. (AP Photo/Visar Kryeziu)

Palestinian representatives on Monday condemned Kosovo for opening an embassy in Jerusalem, after it became the first Muslim-majority territory to recognize the city as Israel’s capital.

Kosovo, which formally opened the embassy on Sunday, made the move in exchange for Israel recognizing the independence it declared in 2008, following a war with Serbia in the 1990s.

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Hamas: We will disrupt the election in Israel if it disrupts the elections in the PA

Hamas warned Thursday that it will disrupt Israel’s election if it will disrupt the elections in the PA, set to take place in May.
“I deliver this message to the leadership of Israel – we the leadership of Hamas, will not allow Israel to intervene in the [Palestinian] elections,” Hamas’ leader in Gaza Yahya Sinwar during an election rally for the movement.
“If it tries to intervene in our election, we will intervene in Israel’s.”
Sinwar added that the election is a natural and basic right of the Palestinian people.


Hamas official says Qatar to provide aid to Gaza for another year

Mousa Abu Marzouk says Qatari envoy al-Emadi to return to Strip by the end of the month, states Qatari aid to poor families will be $30 million per month

Palestinians receive their financial aid as part of assistance given by Qatar, at a post office in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip on October 6, 2020. (Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90)

Senior Hamas terror group official Moussa Abu Marzouk announced on Tuesday that Qatar will continue to provide humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip for another year.

“The Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, informed us of the renewal of the Qatari grant for a full year, rather than another six months,” Abu Marzouk said in a statement put out by Hamas media.

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Israel Air Force planes attack Gaza Hamas targets in response to rocket fire

Rocket hit (archive) Police Spokesman

Aircraft and fighter jets attacked targets belonging to the Hamas Islamic organization in the Gaza Strip, the IDF Spokesman said. The planes attacked a weapons production site, underground infrastructure, and a military position.

The attack was carried out in response to rocket fire from the south earlier on Friday evening, when air defense fighters intercepted two launches aimed at Ashkelon.

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IDF strikes Hamas targets in Gaza in response to rocket fire

Smoke and flames are seen following an Israeli airstrike in Gaza City, which came after terrorists in the Strip fired rockets into Israel, December 26, 2020. (Mahmud Hams/AFP)

Israel attacked the Hamas terror group in Gaza early Saturday morning in response to rockets fired from the Strip into Israel on Friday evening.

Israel Defense Forces aircraft attacked Hamas targets including a rocket manufacturing site, underground infrastructure and a military outpost, the IDF said in a statement.

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