Late on Thursday night, Syrian air defense systems were activated as Israel allegedly hit targets in Damascus. The IDF destroyed Syrian SA5 batteries after a missile was fired towards Israel.
The march will start from Hanevi'im street and go through Sultan Suliman street before arriving at Damascus Gate where mass dancing with Israeli flags will commence.
Senior Hamas official Khalil al Hayya said that the ceasefire between his group and Israel will remain "fragile" as long as the flag march planned by Jewish groups in Jerusalem remains "on the table.
Muslim volunteer medics at non-profit United Hatzalah recount harrowing close calls in Jerusalem, where they saved lives of both Jewish Israelis and Palestinians.
Monday night saw clashes between Palestinian youth and Israel Police erupt at different locations all over Jerusalem, as tensions intensify.
Dozens of people were injured and arrested as far-right Jewish extremists marched into east Jerusalem, chanting "Death to Arabs."
This year, police placed barriers on the steps of the gate, effectively preventing people from gathering there, in order to ease the flow of crowds in the area.
A large explosion was heard near the border between Israel and Lebanon during the strikes after a Syrian air defense missile was fired at an Israeli aircraft.