Palestinians warn Israel's actions will lead to violence during Ramadan


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Palestinians warn Israel's actions will lead to violence during Ramadan
Fatah official told the Post: “The Palestinian Authority can play a role in de-escalating tensions, but only if the Zionist enemy halts its incursions."
Published: MARCH 31, 2022

The rising tensions between Israel and the Palestinians are reminiscent of the days that preceded the large-scale IDF operation in the West Bank 20 years ago, Shami al-Shami, a senior member of the ruling Fatah faction in the Jenin area, said Thursday. In 2002, the IDF launched Operation Defensive Shield, the largest military operation in the West Bank since the Six Day War in 1967, to stop terrorist attacks against Israel.

Israel’s actions, including “incursions” into Palestinian cities, villages and refugee camps, are threatening to derail efforts to ease tensions on the eve of Ramadan, which starts on Saturday evening, Shami, a former member of the dissolved Palestinian Legislative Council, told The Jerusalem Post. Israeli “practices and assaults” during Ramadan will lead to an “explosion,” Hamas and other Palestinian factions warned.

As part of the efforts to avert a flare-up of violence during Ramadan, Jordan’s King Abdullah earlier this week made a rare visit to Ramallah, where he held talks with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and senior PA officials on the recent tensions in Jerusalem and the West Bank.



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Everything and anything is a trigger for violence at Ramadan.

Tis the season for restless hangry muslims to be grumpy and even more easily triggered into doing what they love. The fast feast cycle is horrendous for blood sugar control and consequently for clear rational thinking. They fast all day from sun up to sundown and then feast, sleep poorly on an overloaded digestion then wake from a bad sleep to fast all day long.

Every year at Ramadan Muslim violence goes on the uptick all around the world.