Israel | The Israeli government gave permission for a controversial settlement march

The march has already been canceled once since the extremist organization Hamas threatened further violence if the march materializes.

Israel on Tuesday, the government approved a controversial march by support organizations for the settlements, scheduled to take place in Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem.

According to a government release, the march can be held next Tuesday next week in a manner decided jointly by police and organizers.

The march has already been canceled once since the extremist organization Hamas threatened further violence if the march materializes. It was scheduled to take place on Thursday.

A member of the Hamas leadership Khalil al-Hayya warned that Thursday’s march should not approach East Jerusalem and the al-Aqsa Mosque. Al-Haya said Thursday could become a new one on May 10, referring to the violence that lasted 11 days last month.

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