The Islamic Jihad movement responds to Israel’s threat of attacking

PNN/ Gaza/

The Islamic Jihad Movement released a statement responding to Israel’s recent threats of attacking the movement’s leaders. In which they said:

“The lives of our people and our children are precious, as well as the lives and blood of our leaders, and the enemy’s terror attempts and its threats do not scare us as it will not discourage our persistent leadership on the path of jihad, resistance and commitment to our principles

Our message to this murderous and criminal settler: Your hands which are stained with the blood of children will not stop killing until they are cut off and you leave our homeland

The enemy’s threats to target the leadership of the movement is a declaration of war, which we will respond to.

Those Threats reveal the true intentions of the Israeli Zionist Forces who initiated the attack violating the cease-fire agreement which was under Egypt’s sponsorship in 2014.

We reaffirm our right to respond to any attack, including our right to respond to the Israeli attack on the tunnel belonging to al-Qassam brigades east of Deir al-Balah, which led to killing of 12 Militants.”

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Traffic diversions in Dubai from Thursday midnight

If you are planning to head out this weekend in Dubai, be prepared for some road diversions and plan accordingly.

The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority, in a tweet, has notified motorists of traffic diversions on Ibn Battuta Road.

“#DubaiMetro is on its way to you in more areas. As part of #Route2020 works, traffic from Northbound Exit on Ibn Battuta Road will be diverted starting midnight November 9 to the morning of November 11, so motorists are urged to use alternative routes,” the tweet said.

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Israel plans on demolishing 6 Palestinian owned buildings and a mosque

PNN/ Bethlehem/

“There is a secret Israeli plan to demolish six residential towers in Kafr Aqeb in Jerusalem located outside the Separation Wall and hundreds of residents of the area will be evacuated from their homes,” According to the Israeli TV Channel Kan.

The Israeli authorities intend to demolish a whole neighborhood in Kafr Aqeb, north of Jerusalem, where Palestinians who carry blue identity cards live, meaning they have Israeli citizenship.

The channel confirmed that the demolition will be complete and the targeted buildings, each of which is 7 floors. Adding that there are expected implications following the demolishing.

This is the largest demolition against Palestinians.  The idea of the demolition is by the mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat.

The channel pointed out that the demolition will happen by blowing up the buildings using large explosive materials and a mosque in the area will be demolished as well.

The municipality argues that the demolition came under the pretext of  building without a permit.

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