“They will use these plans in an attempt to unify secular Jews, who are in dispute about demolishing al-Aqsa Mosque. It is also very unlikely that Arab states will intervene while they are dealing with their revolutions and internal issues,” the analyst pointed out.Over the past decades, Israel has tried to change demographic makeup of al-Quds by constructing illegal settlements, destroying historical sites and expelling the local Palestinian population.Palestinians are seeking to create an independent state on the territories of the West Bank, East al-Quds, and the Gaza Strip and are demanding Israel to withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories.Tel Aviv, however, has refused to return to the 1967 borders and is unwilling to discuss the issue of al-Quds.
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- Absence of int’l response emboldens Aqsa violations (worldbulletin.net)
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