The Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine announced that they will abide by the ceasefire as much as Israel does.
An Islamic Jihad official, who did not want to be named, said in a statement, “All responsibility for what happened belongs to Israel. Israel attacked those who worshiped and i’tikaf in Masjid al-Aqsa.” said.
Emphasizing that the violations against Masjid al-Aqsa will not go unanswered, the official said, “We are following what is happening. As Israel is determined, we are also determined to remain calm and take our steps according to the principle of retaliation. We are as loyal as Israel adheres to the ceasefire.” said.
Stating that if Israel attacks the Masjid al-Aqsa, the worshipers and those who practice i’tikaf, the escalation will continue again, the official added, adding that they will respond directly in case of an attack on these holy places.
The intervention of the Israeli police against the Muslims in the Masjid al-Aqsa using disproportionate force with sound bombs, rubber-coated bullets and batons for two consecutive nights escalated the tension in occupied East Jerusalem and led to events.
The Israeli army announced that a series of rockets were fired from Lebanon to the northern regions of the country, and warning sirens were activated in the northern regions of the country.
The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that 34 rockets were launched in the attack. The Israeli army announced that three mortar shells were fired from Lebanon to the north of Israel in the evening.
The emergency service Red Star of David shared the information that an Israeli who was hit by shrapnel in the attacks was slightly injured and another person was injured while fleeing to the shelter.
Israel announced that the rocket attacks were carried out by elements of Hamas stationed in Lebanon and blamed Hamas.
Israel announced that it had launched an attack on Gaza in the evening, but rockets were launched from Gaza in the direction of Israel.