Hamas spokesman for Occupied Al-Quds, Muhammad Hamada, affirmed that Israel's house demolitions against Palestinian homes in Occupied Al-Quds will not break the Palestinian people's will.
All Israeli crimes will not break the Al-Quds’ people's determination and adherence to the Aqsa Mosque.
The people of Al-Quds will not leave their homeland and will remain steadfast in Occupied Al-Quds, he added.
For his part, member of the Hamas Political Bureau Sami Abu Zuhri reiterated that the Israeli occupation authorities' restriction on Palestinians' entry to the Aqsa Mosque and the Old City of Al-Quds is intended to displace Palestinians and establish a Jewish majority in the occupied capital.
The imposition of these unlawful limitations has intensified alongside the increasing demolitions of Palestinian homes in the city by the Israeli occupation, the Hamas official added.
Most recently, the occupation authorities compelled Palestinian citizens of Silwan's Wadi Qaddoum neighborhood to vacate their homes before demolition.