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Dozens of settlers renew storming Al-Aqsa mosque under the protection of the occupation forces

Occupied al-Quds, (ST) Dozens of Israeli settlers renewed storming Al-Aqsa Mosque today under the protection of Israeli occupation forces.

Wafa news agency reported that 190 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa from the side of the Magarbai Gate and carried out provocative tours in its yards, with heavy guard from the occupation forces.

The Israeli settlers carry out daily provocative incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of the occupation forces in an attempt to impose a fait accompli regarding the Judaization and control of the Temple Mount.


Lara Khouli

Four Katyusha rockets target the US embassy in central Baghdad

Baghdad, ST-  Four Katyusha rockets targeted the US embassy inside the Green Zone in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

An Iraqi security source told SANA correspondent in Baghdad that "three rockets landed inside the embassy complex, targeting a restaurant and a sports club, while the fourth landed in its vicinity," noting that the US embassy is concealing the losses caused by the missiles.

The source confirmed that a fifth missile landed later in the vicinity of the Green Zone without causing any injuries or damage.

The Israeli occupation forces arrest 19 Palestinians in West Bank

On January 27,  the Israeli occupation forces arrested 19 Palestinians in separate areas of the West Bank.

WAFA News Agency reported that the occupation forces raided  towns and villages in Hebron, Bethlehem, Ramallah and Jenin and arrested 19 Palestinians.

The Israeli occupation forces continue their aggressive practices against the Palestinians by restricting and attacking them in their cities and villages and launching daily arrest campaigns with the aim of displacing them, seizing their lands and judaizing them.


O. al-Mohammad

Erekat: Palestine leadership rejects ‘deal of the century’

Occupied Quds, (ST) - The secretary of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Saeb Erekat, stressed that the "Deal of the Century" is rejected, adding that the Palestinians will not accept anything less than an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders.

Wafa News Agency quoted Erekat as saying Palestinians would set out to fail "the deal of the century" with their steadfastness and adherence to their land, stressing the need for the international community to stand in the face of US and Israeli plans to liquidate the Palestinian issue.

Zarif: Trump should base his foreign policy on facts

On January 26, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized the policies and statements of US President Donald Trump.

In a atweet, Zarif responded  to statements by the US president, that “Trump should base his foreign policy statements and decisions on the facts and not on Fox Newsheadlines or what his translators say in the Persian language.”