Extremist Jewish to hold Israeli flag parade, Resistance factions ready to confront them

AL-QUDS, PALESTINOW.COM — The Israeli occupation police have approved the Israeli flag parade next Thursday, Israel Hayom reported.

Israel’s Channel 12 also reported that Israel’s Foreign Minister urged Benjamin Netanyahu to hold an urgent meeting to discuss the situation in the occupied Jerusalem, amid warnings by both Israeli politicians and Hamas against allowing the event to take place, especially so shortly after Israel’s aggression on the Gaza Strip ended on May 21.

Barrage of missiles fired by the resistance in Gaza had forced Israeli settlers to cancel their march on the 28th night of Ramadan. The march is an annual Israeli actively, celebrating the occupation and annexation of the eastern part of Jerusalem.

(Source / 07.06.2021)

Extremist settlers threatened to burn alive Palestinian mother and child in Jaffa

JAFFA, PALESTINOW.COM —  “Close the window.. close the door.. they will burn us”, says Muna Tayaha’s child from occupied Jaffa, who has been traumatized by Israeli settlers, who threatened him and his mother of burning them alive.

“I wrote a Facebook post expressing mu opinion but an Israeli settler sent a threatening message to me and my son”, Muna told Al Jarmaq News.

“The message contained direct threatening of burning us. He wrote: We will burn you like the Daabshehs and we will throw you out”.

She added that the settler also sent to her a photo of her son with a caption that read “we will burn your child”, stressing that the settlers who did that know the place of her house.

Muna says that her child has got into trauma, which pushed her to take him for therapy.

Abed Shihadeh, member of Jaffa’s Emeergency Committee, said that since the start of the tensions, “we have documented 30 assaults, including incitement by Israeli cops and settlers in Jaffa and 50 arrests”.

“Ms. Muna is not the only one [ who got threatened], we documented several cases of incitement, especially against workers, in Jaffa and surrounding areas. Some workers have been even fired from their jobs”, he said.

(Source / 07.06.2021)

Exclusive: Al Qassam publishes voice recording of Israeli captive

GAZA, PALESTINOW.COM — In an investigative report by Al Jazeera, Al Qassam brigades published, for the first time ever, a voice recording of an Israeli soldier, who was a captured by the resistance movement.

In “The Hidden is More Immense” investigative report, Al Jazeera correspondent Tamer Al Mishar interviewed the Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Al Qassam, Marwan Issa, in his first media appearance.

Issa said that in the recent Israeli aggression, the resistance aimed at “increasing yield”.

The report also broadcasted a voice recording by a captured Israeli soldier.

“I’m the Israeli soldier ……. currently captured by Izz ad-Din al-Qassam brigades”, the captured soldier said.
“I hope that the state of Israel is still working to recover us. Secondly, I wonder if the leaders of the state discriminate between captured soldiers, and if they ever discuss their issue or work to release them. I’m dying everyday and I hope to be soon with my family”.

The report also revealed exclusive footage of the Israeli soldiers Gilad Shalit, who was released in a prisoners’ swap.

(Source / 07.06.2021)

Thousands worshipers perform Friday prayers at Masjid Al-Aqsa

OCCUPIED AL-QUDS, PALESTINOW.COM — More than 25,000 of Palestinian worshipers observed the Friday khutba (sermon) and prayer at the Aqsa Mosque in Occupied Jerusalem despite Israeli security measures that restricted their access to the holy site, according to the Islamic Awqaf Administration in Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation police intensified the presence of their forces at road barriers outside the Aqsa Mosque’s gates, where Palestinian citizens underwent ID check and physical search.

Aqsa entry restrictions were imposed in particular on Palestinians under age 40, especially on those who hold Palestinian IDs.

(Source / 05.06.2021)

In Video: Palestinian Resistance Fighters managed to Shoot down two Israeli ‘spy’ Quadcopter planes, last night

A picture showing the Quadcopter planes of the Israeli occupation forces flying in the sky of the Gaza Strip, last night
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In the early hours of Friday morning, the Palestinian resistance fighters have brought down two Israeli quadcopters conducting an espionage mission against the besieged Gaza Strip.

According to eyewitnesses in Gaza, approximately 9 Israeli Quad-Capter planes broke out in the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian resistance fired intensively at the planes, and managed to shoot down two planes, the first in Shejaiya and the second in the Zeitoun neighbourhood, east of Gaza City, and they were seized by the Palestinian resistance.

Our correspondent pointed out that the number of the Quad-Copter planes that entered Gaza was really large, and the sky of Gaza has never witnessed such an airstrike of these kinds of planes, from north to south, east and west of the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinow reporter continued that no injuries were reported. While the competent authorities have issued appealed to the Palestinian residents warning them not to climb on the roofs of houses or even go out in the open-air areas because some of these planes were booby-trapped for fear that they would fall without warning, in addition to the shootings fired by the Palestinian resistance towards the Israeli planes across the besieged Gaza strip.

Neither the Palestinian resistance nor the Ministry of Interior issued any statement about what happened last night in Gaza so far, and the Hebrew media only spoke of a major attack by the Israeli aircraft against Gaza.

(Source / 04.06.2021)

Hamas Readiness to Hold “Indirect Negotiation” with Israel on Prisoner Swap Agreement

When Yahya Al-Sinwar bombed the occupation front with the number 1111

The head of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Al Sinwar, said “Over the next few days, an important meeting will be holding in Cairo with the aim of reaching some form of agreement on the prisoner swap issue. Al Sinwar commented saying that “we are placing ourselves and our Palestinian cause on the world table, we deserve to live, and our people deserve to have their rights restored. He added that “the date is near when the siege upon Gaza will be lifted, creating opportunities for well-being in the besieged Gaza Strip.

With regards to the prisoner exchange file, the head of the Hamas movement confirmed that the Palestinian resistance showed its might over the enemy and added that a great deal for the release of Palestinian prisoners is in the pipelines. He pointed out that this file had received a lot of effort, but due to the absence of the Israeli occupation government, things had come to a halt. However, he expressed the current readiness for negotiations to get things moving again. Sinwar said that they “categorically reject any conditions placed on the prisoner exchange issue, and that easing the blockade, and reconstruction of Gaza are separate issues.

He concluded his talk saying “We are confident that we will be able to succeed in acquiring our rights. He also said “I want to tell my people in Gaza something – remember number 1111. What the significance of this number is, I cannot divulge at this point in time but everyone should remember this number very well.”

Israel holds currently 5000 Palestinian prisoners in their jails. in 2012, Israel released 1027 Palestinian prisoners, including Yahya Sinwar, in a swap between them and Hamas in exchange to the Israeli soldier who got detained by Hamas.

(Source / 03.06.2021)

Palestinian man died after shot in the head by IOF two weeks ago

RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COM — The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday the martyrdom of Fadi Musa Washha, 34, from Birzeit town, north of Ramallah, after being seriously injured by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) two weeks ago.

Washha was shot by the IOF in his head with live ammunition during clashes that erupted at the northern entrance to Al-Bireh.

Local sources reported that the young man, Washha, was taken to the intensive care unit due to his severe injuries before he was proclaimed dead today.

(Source / 03.06.2021)

Two Qassam fighters martyred in explosion of bomb remnant in Gaza

GAZA, PALESTINOW.COM — Interior ministry spokesman Iyad al-Buzom said that two Palestinian resistance fighters were killed on Wednesday when an explosion occurred inside a military site in the central Gaza Strip.

In a press release, Buzom explained that blast happened during the dismantling of Israeli unexploded ordnance.

For its part, al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, said that two of its fighters died as they were working on dismantling a bomb remnant from the last Israeli aggression against Gaza.

The Brigades mourned its fighters, Ahmed Abu Hasira and Osamah Janina, and said they died after a blessed life full of struggle and sacrifices, asking Allah Almighty to accept them as martyrs, bestow His mercy upon them and make His Paradise their eternal dwelling.

(Source / 03.06.2021)

Muhammad Ali Taher, the King of Palestinian Media Who Didn’t Talk About Helping the Struggle for Indonesian Independence

JAKARTA, PALESTINOW.COM – Name Mohamed Ali Eltaher , or loosely Indonesians are accustomed to mentioning Muhammad Ali Taher , maybe unfamiliar, even sound familiar. In fact, the king of media from Palestine has a role that is not small and never trivial in helping the struggle for Indonesian independence.

Muhammad Ali Taher was born in 1896 in Nablus, a city in the northern West Bank, about 49 kilometers north of Jerusalem, Palestine. Nablus, in 72 AD by the Roman emperor Vespasian known as the Flavian Neapolis, was the center of trade and culture for Palestine.

Muhammad Ali Taher’s father named Aref Eltaher and his mother Badieh Kurdieh. Muhammad Ali Taher was one of seven children – three girls and four boys. His family is from the Jaradat clan, which is scattered throughout northern Palestine. Including the descendants of Juhayna, one of the famous surnames in Saudi Arabia.

Muhammad Ali Taher moved to Egypt in March 1912, first arriving in Port Said before settling in Cairo. Started his career as a journalist at the Beirut-based newspaper Fata Al Arab. He once wrote articles warning of the Zionist movement’s intention to build a Jewish state in Palestine.

Muhammad Ali Taher then published his own newspaper and in his lifetime had three newspapers, namely Ashoura, Al-Shabab, and Al-Alam Al-Masri. Ashoura newspaper (October 1924 – August 1931) was Muhammad Ali Taher’s main media. (p. 60, @ eltaher.org)

Meanwhile, Al-Shabab was published from August 1931 to January 1937, replacing Ashoura, which was frozen by the Egyptian government. As for Al-Alam Al-Masri, his lifespan was shorter, from April 1939 to August 1939, due to the outbreak of the second world war.

In 1953 the Egyptian government under the leadership of General Mohamed Naguib gave Ashoura permission to be published again. However, the Minister of Home Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister of Egypt Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser still prohibited the publication of Ashoura. Since then Muhammad Ali Taher has had no media anymore.
Before publishing the Ashoura newspaper, Muhammad Ali Taher established the Palestinian Arab Information Office and the Palestine Committee in 1921 in Cairo, Egypt. Its office, which is located at Jalan Abdelaziz 30, Ataba El-Khadra Square in the center of Cairo, is named Dar Ashoura. Then move to the Manousakis Building on 119 Jalan Ratu Nazli which is better known as Jalan Ramses. (p. 6, @ eltaher.org)

After the Ashoura newspaper was published in 1924, Dar Ashoura’s office became a destination for those (figures) who fled their country beca

use they were under colonial occupation or were ruled by an authoritarian regime. Politicians and asylum seekers from various countries can come and usually meet in “Dar Ashoura” without having to make prior appointments. They all know that the doors of Ashoura’s editorial office are open 19 hours every day, from 7 am to 9 pm. (p.14, @ eltaher.org)

From the eltaher.org page, it is mentioned that many Indonesian figures have visited Dar Ashoura. Among them were Mohamed Rashidi and Zein Hassan Lc Lt, when they came to Egypt to seek support for Indonesian independence in 1944. After Indonesia’s independence, both served as Indonesian ambassadors to Egypt.

There was also Foreign Minister Haji Agus Salim and Vice President Mohammad Hatta, when they visited Egypt they were hosted at Dar Ashoura by Muhammad Ali Taher. There is even a unique story revealed by eltaher.org, long before Indonesia’s independence, there was a young man named Abdul Kahar Muzzakir – written by Abdulqahhar Muzzakar – who came to Egypt to continue his studies.

When the young man faced difficulties because of a war raging, Muhammad Ali Taher took care of him. Including when he faced obstacles in college, Muhammad Ali Taher did not hesitate to help by meeting the Minister of Education there. Until finally the young man graduated from college and returned to his homeland. (p.15, @ eltaher.org)

Even Abdul Kahar Muzakkir participated in the General Islamic Conference in Jerusalem to discuss the development of the situation in Palestine from the end of December 1931 to early January 1932. There were about 20 delegates from other countries and at that time Abdul Kahar Muzakkir was mentioned as a delegation from Indonesia.

(Source / 02.06.2021)

In pictures: Al-Qassam Military Parade to Celebrate the “Victory of the Palestinian Resistance” Over Israel”.

GAZA, PALESTINOW.COM – Palestinian resistance fighters from Al-Qassam Brigades “the armed wing of Hamas movement” across the Gaza Strip held several military parades saluting the Palestinian pepole espically those who have their loved ones martyred.

And at the same time, they celebrate their victory over the israeli occupation during the 11 days of israeli aggression in the Gaza strip.

Palestinian pepole also poured to the streets to salute them and thank them for the good work.

(Source / 02.06.2021)