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Palestinian terrorist organizations in Judea and Samaria have declared their intention of escalating attacks against Israeli targets in an attempt to thwart the sovereignty move.

National and Islamic Forces in Ramallah, the top coordinating framework of PA terrorist cells, called on residents of PA-controlled areas to escalate the "popular struggle" against the "Occupation" by all means "enshrined in international law."

In a statement issued Sunday, the umbrella group overseeing terrorist attacks against Israel, announced the re-establishment of popular committees, watchmen and neighborhood committees, as well as response groups in villages and towns for the purpose of fighting back "settler infiltrations" into "Palestinian neighborhoods."

In addition, terrorist cells put out an order for citizens to increase participation in anti-Israel demonstrations in an attempt to thwart Trump's 'Deal of the Century' from going through.

The PA public was also encouraged to boycott products of the "Occupation" as a preparatory step for declaring a total boycott of all Israeli goods and preventing them from entering the Palestinian market.

Earlier in the day, it was reported that Gaza terrorists fired three rockets towards Israeli territory.

Authorities said the two rockets landed in open areas, causing no damage or injuries. The third rocket was intercepted and destroyed by a missile fired by Israel’s Iron Dome defense system.

In a separate incident, dozens of Arab rioters attacked a group of Jewish farmers in Samaria Sunday afternoon, near the Israeli town of Ma'ale Shomron.

Roughly 100 Arab rioters hurled stones at the group of seven Jewish farmers, injuring several of them and prompting one of the farmers to open fire on the rioters, forcing the attackers to flee the scene.

Two of the rioters were wounded in the incident, the Palestinian Authority’s WAFA media outlet reported. One is said to be in moderate condition, while the second was lightly injured.

Samaria Regional Council chief Yossi Dagan responded to the attack, saying: “Were it not for the resourcefulness of one of the farmer who used his gun to protect his own life and the lives of his companions, there would have been a terrible lynch, and the seven farmers would have been murdered in cold blood.”

“The Palestinian Authority is trying to seize control of Area C in a violent, criminal fashion…This incident needs to be treated as an attempted lynching; a terrorist attack.”