Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): On Friday evening, the Secretary General of Lebanon's Hezbollah invited all people to participate more widely in the World Quds Day to support the Palestinian nation in defending Quds and Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Sayed Hassan Nasrallah said in his speech that on this year's World Quds Day, he will discuss the events of South Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.
Sayed Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Lebanon's Hezbollah, noted that the events in Jerusalem, the West Bank and Syria are connected and revolve around the same issue.
The Secretary General of Hezbollah of Lebanon further said that next week, during the International Quds Day, he will talk about the recent events in southern Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.
Continuing his speech, he said: "I invite everyone to participate more broadly to celebrate the World Quds Day as a countermeasure that the Palestinian nation and the nations of the region are doing in defense of Quds and the Al-Aqsa Mosque."
The Palestinian resistance groups, in response to the Zionist regime's crimes in Al-Aqsa Mosque, targeted the Zionist settlements around Gaza with rocket attacks in the past days.
Following the resistance attacks, a state of emergency was declared in the Zionist settlements near Gaza and the Zionists were asked to go to the shelters.
A source in the resistance groups based in the Gaza Strip warned the Zionist regime in an interview with Al Jazeera on Friday afternoon.
The mentioned source, whose name was not mentioned, said: "The response to Israel's aggression took place within the framework of the rules of conflict; "The rules that do not allow the occupiers to step further."
He further warned: "If Israel attacks Gaza again, it will be answered directly.”Resistance follows developments in the field, especially in Quds and Al-Aqsa Mosque."
This warning has been sent after the Zionist army announced a normal situation in the Zionist settlements around the Gaza Strip this morning.
The internal front of the Zionist army announced in a statement that the situation in the neighboring towns of Gaza has returned to normal and all emergency orders will be canceled from this moment.
The Israeli army mentioned in its statement that it is no longer necessary for the settlers to be near the shelters.