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Arab states asked us to stop ongoing intifada : Raed Salah

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The head of the Islamic Movement in Israel, Sheikh Raed Salah, revealed on Tuesday that a number of Arab states had asked the movement to put an end to the current intifada in return for certain proposals, AlKhaleejonline has reported.


“Great Arab countries informed us about certain proposals,” Salah said, noting that these countries were bargaining with him to silence the intifada, which recently entered its second month.


“They proposed our full control over the Sharia schools inside Al-Aqsa Mosque,” he said, “in return for urgent and immediate efforts to stop the intifada.”


“This proves that there are Arab countries in contact with the Israeli occupation in order to abort the intifada before in develops to more dangerous stages,” Salah added.


However, he stressed that “the intifada will not stop until it achieves all the goals it was launched for and the Islamic movement will not be the tool in the hands of the Israeli occupation.”


Sheikh Salah blamed the Israeli occupation for the deterioration of the situation in the West Bank and Jerusalem, stressing that the “continuous Israeli violations and the aggressions of the settlers are the main causes that led to the start of the intifada.”


Previously, the Deputy Chief of the Islamic Movement Sheikh Kamal Al-Khatib also said that a number of Arab states were cooperating with the Israeli occupation to “kill the Al-Quds Intifada.”


Netanyahu officially announced that there have been contacts with Arab states, mainly Jordan and Egypt in order to “control” the ongoing popular Palestinian uprising.


Last week, US Secretary of State John Kerry met with Jordan’s King, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, and other officials to discuss how to supress the intifada.

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