382 Jewish settlers Storm Al-Aqsa mosque

JERUSALEM _ Palestine News Network

Israeli occupation police and its special forces on Wednesday secured the full protection of Jewish settler groups during their raid on the Al-Aqsa mosque in the "Bab al-Mughrabi" side.

According to the Islamic Waqf in Jerusalem, the Israeli police allowed 382 Jewish settlers to break into the Al-Aqsa Mosque and roam in their courtyards during the morning tour on the third day of the Hebrew "throne ".

In a statement, the Waqf stated that a group of settlers tried to perform Taloudi rituals near the "Bab al Rahma" in the eastern region of al-Aqsa Mosque.

She added that the Israeli police tightened restrictions on the entry of Muslim worshippers to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and checked their personal cards.

She explained that the armed special forces accompanied the settlers during the morning raid, from the moment they stormed from the "Bab al-Mughrabi" until they left the "door of the series".

The "Jerusalem Endowment" referred to the presence of hundreds of Jewish religious people in the area  "al-Buraq wall ", where their prayers are heard from the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

These incursions are rejected by the Islamic Waqf Department, where the Israeli police control the "Bab al-Mughrabi", which it controls since the occupation of Jerusalem in 1967, and it is bringing settlers into the "arms force".

The police allow settlers to break into two periods of time, except Friday and Saturday, for a total of five hours.


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