The caption says "The decision came from Fatah for revolt, revolution, O free."
This comes after an announcement from the same group claiming that they carried out a shooting attack against the IDF south of Hebron last night.
And the Al Aqsa Brigades claimed that during the massive demonstration/riot at Kalandia yesterday that they shot weapons at the checkpoint.
Khaled Abu Toameh tweeted this:
Fatah's armed wing, Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, says its men carried out 3 shooting attacks in West Bank in past 48 hours.
— Khaled Abu Toameh (@KhaledAbuToameh) July 25, 2014
Putting this all together, plus the march itself which was clearly organized and hardly "spontaneous," it appears that Fatah - not Hamas, but the "moderate" Fatah - is trying to start a third intifada. Explicitly.
Fatah, of course, has a leader, Mahmoud Abbas, the darling of the West for his peaceful ways. And he is not stopping his own people from declaring a new violent uprising.On the contrary - he is essentially supporting Hamas rockets, as we've seen.
I'd be surprised if Abbas explicitly lends support for a new uprising. More likely he is encouraging it more quietly to use as leverage to threaten Israel to get his demands.
That's what his hero Yasir Arafat would have done.