Islamic Jihad calls for ‘day of rage’

GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — The Islamic Jihad movement called Thursday for a “day of rage” the following day in solidarity with Jerusalem and the A-Aqsa mosque.

An Islamic Jihad leader, Muhammad al-Harrazin, said in a statement that the movement’s agenda focuses on “mobilizing and recruiting” the public in support of Jerusalem.

Al-Harrazin added that facing this critical and fateful stage that Jerusalem is going through, a popular revolution is necessary.

He called upon Palestinians to organize marches expressing rage and to defend and protect Jerusalem, Al-Aqsa and holy sites.

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