519 settlers storm Al-Aqsa in the last days of the "Passover"

On Thursday, 519 Jewish settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied city of Jerusalem on the last day of Passover.

The al-Aqsa Mosque has witnessed a series of incursions since the beginning of the celebration rituals in the "Passover" Hebrew, under heavy security guard by the Israeli police and special forces.

The sources said that the settlers carried out provocative tours in the Aqsa, amid repeated attempts to establish rituals and rituals of Talmud in his courtyards.

The occupation forces are tightening their measures on the main external gates of the mosque, and holding the cards of young people.

Massive incursions for the fifth day in a row in the Passover "Passover", in response to calls by the so-called "Union of Temple Organizations" for settlers to participate intensively in the intrusions of the maximum, and try to make Easter offerings during the Talmudic feast.

More than 1,000 settlers have stormed Al Aqsa in the past three days, including Israeli Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel and the Israeli police chief in Jerusalem.


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