22 incursions into Al-Aqsa and the occupation prevents the call to prayer 52 times in the Ibrahimi Mosque last month

Last October, in a judicial precedent, witnessed, for the first time since the occupation of Al-Aqsa Mosque, allowing the bulk of the intruders to perform “silent prayers”, as the so-called Israeli Magistrate’s Court in Jerusalem ruled the right of Jews to perform “Silent” prayer inside Al-Aqsa, considering that silent prayer “cannot be interpreted as a criminal act,” and this has actually taken place on a daily basis inside Al-Aqsa for months.

The Ministry of Endowments said in its monthly report, published today, Monday, that the danger of allowing Jews to “silent prayer” in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa lies in legitimizing Jewish prayer by a legally protected decision, which is an advanced step to impose its hegemony on Al-Aqsa Mosque, in implementation of the temporal and spatial division in its courtyards, and that the decision Aggressive towards Al-Aqsa and all Muslims in the world.

The report monitored the desecration of Al-Aqsa Mosque 22 times last October, and dozens of extremist calls from the so-called Temple groups to implement the decision, and storming in large numbers, and called the “Mountain Temple Religious School” to intensify the incursions, and amended its programs to include prayers and rituals instead of mere intrusion, and it became a program Daily intrusions: Morning prayer, an in-depth study of the provisions of the Temple Mount, and the Biblical Grant prayer.

The endowments said that the occupation continued its hostile policies towards the people of Jerusalem, whether living or dead, and escalated its war on the Yusufiya cemetery by razing and exhuming graves, surrounding it with fences and cameras, and burying its floor with dirt, and arresting everyone who stood in the way of their vehicles. More than five attacks were recorded on the cemetery during the year. While it documented more than one arrest and deportation from the Al-Aqsa Mosque, including the deportation of the preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, for a period of one week, subject to renewal.

It released the head of the Islamic Cemetery Care Committee in Jerusalem, Mustafa Abu Zahra, after questioning him for several hours on the condition that he be deported from the Yusufiya cemetery for 10 days.

In a dangerous attempt to close the space of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and to imitate its Islamic domes, the Israeli occupation authorities began restoring a synagogue located 250 meters west of the mosque, after decades of its residence on Islamic land in the “lane of honor” in Old Jerusalem. These Jewish synagogues are considered a tool of religious settlement, which the occupation authorities are working to build in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa in order to besiege it, in order to change its historical reality according to the plans of the occupation, as a step that precedes attempts to Judaize it from within and establish the alleged “temple.”

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Endowments, Hussam Abu al-Rub, warned of the danger of legitimizing silent prayers, considering them as an advanced step in the attack on the Al-Aqsa Mosque, a blatant aggression, and a step on the path to dividing it in time and space. This requires a serious stance towards Jerusalem and its people and to curb the policy of the usurping occupier.

In the Ibrahimi Mosque, the occupation prevented the call to prayer during the month 52 times, while it closed it for a day on the pretext of holidays, and continued to bulldoze its external courtyards, and still prevents the construction and maintenance committees from doing their work inside the mosque for more than two months.

In Jenin, the occupation took measurements of the Western Mosque in Anin, for goals that are not hidden from anyone, and hundreds of settlers stormed a shrine in Sheikh Jarrah in Jerusalem and another in Kifl Haris in Salfit and performed their Talmudic rituals.

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