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Islamic Jihad Movement: 'Confrontations prove that Palestine is united and indivisible'

Israeli police arrest a Palestinian demonstrator at the Al-Aqsa Mosque during Israel's 'Jerusalem Day' on May 10, 2021 in Jerusalem, Israel [Laurent Van Der Stockt/Getty Images]
An Arab Israeli man confronts a group of heavily armed Israeli border police at the Al-Aqsa Mosque during Israel's 'Jerusalem Day' on May 10, 2021 in Jerusalem [Laurent Van Der Stockt/Getty Images]

The Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine (PIJ) has announced that the confrontations taking place on the land occupied since 1948 prove that "Palestine is united and indivisible."

The PIJ added in a statement, of which Al Watan Voice obtained a copy, that: "Another night of clashes inside the Palestinian cities occupied in 1948 proves the strengthening of the national will of our people and the masses of our population who continue their uprising and turn the tables on the enemy's intelligence."

The statement stressed that the ongoing clashes are:

The most compelling confirmation that Palestine is a unified and indivisible entity, and the Palestinian right is undividable as Palestine extends from the River to the Sea and from Rafah in the south to Ras Al-Naqoura in the north.

The statement continued: "We salute our brave people who took the decision to confront and carve in their dignified history that they will not abandon the sacred duty of defending Al-Aqsa Mosque and supporting Gaza, the home of popular resistance."

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