Israel shelled central Gaza today, injuring two - a teenage brother and sister, according to Ma'an. It follows air attacks on Friday which led to the death of three people. The Al-Aqsa Brigade armed resitance group, affiliated to Fatah, is said to be planning its response, according to the Palestine News Network.
Meanwhile Muhammad Dahlan, a member of Fatah's recently elected central committee, is warning that a third intifada could follow Al-Aqsa violence and recent reports say 17 Israeli police have been injured as Palestinians fightback against the latest Al-Aqsa outrage.
In a statement, Dahlan said he considered "the violation of the sanctity of Al-Aqsa playing with fire and crossing red lines." He said Israeli authorities permitted groups to enter the area to "attack worshipers inside."
Palestinians would not stand idly by, he warned, holding the Israeli government responsible for repercussions of what he called a dangerous attack that was carried out by "extremist groups in East Jerusalem."
Dahlan called on all Palestinian factions to forget their own internal problems and stand as one in the face of the "Judaization" of Jerusalem and the Palestinian cause. He stressed the need to respond to such threats via national unity and an end to factional division.
The West Bank is under closure at the order of the occupiers so they can celebrate Yom Kippur - to hell with the Muslims/Palestinians is what these peace loving Israelis really mean, which I would hazard is not exactly in the true spirit of Judaism.