Muhammad al-Deif gives the final warning to Israel: To stop the aggression against Sheikh Jarrah immediately … Otherwise, the price is too high A nation is tweeting out of tune

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Muhammad al-Deif, commander-in-chief of the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of Hamas, issued a final warning to the Israeli occupation to pay a heavy price if the aggression against the Prime Time Zone of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem does not stop.

Mohammed Al-Deif: The resistance will not stand idly by

Muhammad al-Deif greeted the Prime Time Zone of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, stressing that the resistance is closely monitoring what is happening and will not stand idly by about what they are exposed to by the occupation and settlers.

Muhammad Al-Deif, the commander in chief of Al-Qassam Brigades, is not shown on the media, while his statements are issued through the media office of the Al-Qassam Brigades and its spokesman (Abu Ubaidah).

Muhammad al-Deif’s warning came simultaneously with the Israeli occupation forces ’suppression of the participants in the solidarity stand in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem and their attempt to evacuate the demonstrators from the neighborhood.

The story of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood

In the past months, the Israeli Central Court in Jerusalem approved orders to evacuate 7 Palestinian families from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in favor of settlers.

And on Sunday, the Israeli Supreme Court postponed issuing its decision regarding the Jerusalemite families who are threatened with eviction from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied Jerusalem, in favor of the settlement associations.

The court gave the two parties 4 days (that is, until Thursday) to reach an agreement between them, before issuing its final decision.

The Palestinians say they established their homes in 1956 under an agreement with the Jordanian government and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).

But Israeli settlement groups say that Palestinian families built their homes on land that was owned by Jews before 1948 and that they must vacate these homes.

In past years, Palestinians evacuated 3 homes in the neighborhood, after decisions issued by the Israeli courts, but the eviction is now threatening about 38 Palestinian families.

In recent months, the Sheikh Jarrah area has witnessed a series of sit-ins protesting the decisions to evacuate homes.

Israeli and Palestinian human rights organizations say that the eviction decisions regarding the right of homes in the neighborhood come within a scheme to Judaize the city of Jerusalem, in addition to demolishing homes, confiscating lands, and others.

Palestine demands the “International Criminal” for a clear position

Palestine called on the International Criminal Court to “take a clear and public position” regarding what the “Sheikh Jarrah” neighborhood is exposed to, and the attempt to displace its residents and hand it over to the settlers.

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates said in a statement that Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Maliki sent an “explanatory message” about what our Prime Time Zone are going through in the Sheikh neighborhood and the developments related to their case to the International Criminal Prosecutor.

She added that al-Maliki called in his letter to the court “to take a public and clear position on the crime they are exposed to.”

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry held the Israeli government “full and direct responsibility for its racist colonial plans and projects against the Palestinians in Jerusalem and the neighborhoods of the occupied city.”

“International Jerusalem” appeals to Jordan

For its part, the Jerusalem International Foundation appealed, in an urgent letter, to the King of Jordan, Abdullah II, to confront Israel’s efforts to displace the Prime Time Zone of “Sheikh Jarrah” in the city of Jerusalem.

The statement said that the Foundation delivered the letter to the Jordanian ambassador in Beirut and sent copies of it to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Jordanian Royal Court.

The letter addressed the King of Jordan with a call to “open the refugee property file before 1948 as a political response to the occupation’s attempt to impose a second Nakba on the neighborhood”.

And called on Jordan, as the guarantor of the right of the Prime Time Zone of the neighborhood “to go to the International Criminal Court, because displacing the indigenous population and bringing settlers belonging to the occupying power in their place is a war crime described.”

And she stressed that “the occupation court is not an acceptable reference point for deciding on the case, and it is not correct to stop when improving the situation in its corridors.”

Jordan hands over documents to Palestine proving the rights of Sheikh Jarrah residents

Earlier, Jordan announced that it had delivered historical documents to Palestine, which are correspondence and lease contracts for residential units belonging to the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem, from which Israel seeks to get them out through eviction decisions that are not based on documents.

This came in a statement by the spokesman for the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dhaifallah Al-Fayez.

The statement stated that “the official records of the Kingdom belonging to the former Ministry of Construction and Development showed, after careful and lengthy research, the conclusion of contracts for renting housing units to a number of Sheikh Jarrah’s Prime Time Zone in 1956.”

Al-Fayez said that “in 2019 and this year, the Palestinian embassy in Amman was handed over, at the request of the Palestinian side, certified copies of all the documents that were found.”

He pointed out that these documents “consist of lease contracts, correspondence, records and statements of the names of tenants,” without further details.

He added, “The (Palestinian) embassy was handed over a certified copy of the agreement between the Ministry of Construction and Construction and UNRWA in 1954, and that the search process is continuing for documents dating back more than 60 years.”

Al-Fayez stressed that “fixing Al-Quds Prime Time Zone on their land and in their homes and protecting their rights are permanent constants in the Kingdom’s efforts to support Palestinian brothers.”

He stressed the kingdom’s condemnation of “Israel’s illegal and inhuman attempts to expel the Palestinians from their homes and lands, and its refusal to violate their rights.”

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