69 Settlers Storm Al-Aqsa mosque

JERUSALEM _ Palestine News Network

Groups of Jewish settlers stormed the al-Aqsa Mosque on Wednesday morning, protecting the Israeli police.

According to our correspondence, 69 settlers broke into the Al-Aqsa mosque on the "Bab al-Mughrabi" side, within the routes set by the Israeli police.

Among the intruders were 35 Jewish religious institutes and Hebrew University students, who were usually accompanied by an occupying officer.

She pointed out that some settlers performed Taloudi rituals near Bab al-Rahma (the eastern side of the Al-Aqsa Mosque) and opposite the mosque "Dome of the Rock".

The incursions take place on a daily except Friday and Saturday, during the morning and evening periods, for a total of four and a half hours.

During the past two days, the Israeli occupation police had deported six guards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque for varying lengths, including his bodyguard.

The Israeli police will also be under the responsibility of the information officer of the Islamic Waqf department, Firas al-Debs, to investigate the "al-Qgroup" center, west of Jerusalem.

The Israeli campaign of arrests affected Palestinians from the Kalandia refugee camp north of occupied Jerusalem (not mentioned by the occupying army in its statement), three from the town of Tekoa (east of Bethlehem), two from the town of Beit Fajar (south-east of the city), the village of Husan (west) and a young man from the Jenin refugee camp.

Local sources indicated that the Israeli occupation forces arrested the two children, Omar Zayed and Mohammed Hammad, after they raided the homes of their families in the Kalandia refugee camp in northern occupied Jerusalem, before transferring them to an unknown destination.

Occupying forces stormed the town of Shaqba, west of Ramallah, and confiscated dozens of "illegal" vehicles after distributing "warning" leaflets in the town from carrying out resistance operations and throwing stones at settlers ' and soldiers ' vehicles.

Two youths were wounded by the occupation during clashes in the village of Anza, south of Jenin, the Israeli occupation army raided Azzun town in eastern Qalqilya, confiscated a vehicle and searched a number of citizens ' homes.

The occupying forces had rearrested three freed prisoners from the town of Jenin last night, passing through the "container" checkpoint southeast of occupied Jerusalem.


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