Gaza, ALRAY - Hundreds participated in mass rallies on Friday in northern Gaza Strip to condemn the Israeli continued siege on Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the return to the PLO-Israel negotiations, local media reported.
The marches were called for by Hamas Movement. They set off after Friday prayers from the Al-Kholafaa El Rashedin mosque in Jabalya refugee camp and roamed a number of the streets of the camp.
The rallies, headed by ministers, MPs and a number of Hamas leaders, raised banners condemning Israeli measures in Al-Aqsa Mosque, and slogans rejecting the resumption of negotiations.
"Storming Al-Aqsa and the attempts to Judaize it represent a natural result of negotiations based on more concessions from the Palestinian side in light of the Arab countries' preoccupation in their internal affairs", Hamas leader Mohammed Abu Askar said.