Occupation imposes unprecedented changes in the status quo in al-Aqsa, taking advantage of the "Corona" crisis

 The Council of Endowments and Islamic Holy Affairs affirmed again during an emergency session, held on Sunday, that the precautionary reasons that necessitated the decision to suspend the entrance of worshipers to the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque are still present as a result of the Corona crisis, and medical references are still Beware of lifting the suspension in order to save the life of the congregation, and not to damage the mixing widespread.

According to a statement of the endowments, the emergency session came within the framework of the permanent council meeting, and its continuous meetings to follow up developments related to the continued suspension of the worshipers ’arrival to the blessed Al Aqsa Mosque due to the continued outbreak of the Corona pandemic, as the council discussed the calls that are being circulated on social networking sites, which calls the endowment management to Reopening Al-Aqsa Mosque to worshipers and holding it responsible for the continuation of the status quo.

The Awqaf Council confirmed that the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque is not closed at all, as some claim, as the call to prayer and the five daily prayers, including Friday prayers and Tarawih prayers, are performed for those who are imams and employees in the Endowment Department, and within the safety conditions.

The Endowment Council said: "The matter of lifting the suspension of worshipers' entry to the Al-Aqsa Mosque is not subject to religious emotions or pressure on the endowment administration, but rather it is a legitimate, national and moral responsibility of the Endowment Council in consultation with health authorities of competence and competence, which still stresses the continuation of the suspension."

The Awqaf Council stressed that easing entry restrictions to some places and facilities by controlling the number and safety conditions does not apply to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, indicating that any decision lifting the suspension of worshipers ’entry means allowing tens of thousands of citizens to enter and pray from all Palestinian areas, and the Endowments Department will not be able to control With such large numbers that will not be free of people who may carry the epidemic, and may transfer it to thousands of worshipers.

The Awqaf Council, while realizing the burning religious feelings of citizens and their eagerness to pray at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque during the blessed month of Ramadan, at the same time wishes for citizens to act responsibly and understand the seriousness of the situation, fearing that the first of the two kisses will turn, God forbid. , To the epicenter of the epidemic, and turns to thousands of citizens. "

The Council of Endowments and Medical References asserted that they are constantly assessing the situation along the lines of the rest of the Islamic holy sites and in the Two Holy Mosques, "and the appropriate decision will be taken at the appropriate time to lift the suspension of worshipers entering the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, after ensuring that conditions exist to preserve the lives of citizens And their safety, and we hope this will be soon. "

The Council affirmed its previous decision, which includes keeping the doors of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque closed, and in the event of any penetration by the occupation authorities and allowing settlers to re-storm the mosque with the protection of the occupation forces, the Islamic Waqfs will open all doors, and Muslims will enter the prayer, and the occupation authorities will bear the consequences.

The Majlis expressed its hope from God Almighty that this pandemic will be lifted from the Islamic Ummah and the whole world, and that the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and all other Islamic holy places will be full of worshipers.

An outcry on the communication sites about Al-Aqsa closure

Social media platforms were filled with what was published about the facts imposed by the occupation on Islamic endowments in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque within 49 days of the serious closure of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, including that there is a list of names of endowment employees and the nature of their tasks and workplaces handed over to the Israeli police during the crisis.

Among what is reported by the media is that the occupation police currently allow only "those concerned" to enter their working hours according to this list only, and with this list, the Israeli police have become the ones that control and reference the permanence of employees, and endowment employees are the guests in the mosque or during Working hours, but after working in the afternoon hours, when all the employees return to their homes, the occupation police do not allow the employees of the department to enter the mosque to pray Maghrib, Isha and Taraweeh, while the pioneers of the communication sites asked those who handed this list to the occupation police, and the possibility of correcting what happened.

The occupation exploits the Corona crisis to impose restrictions on endowment employees

It appears that the occupation is taking advantage of the Corona pandemic to impose its measures on the maximum, as informed Jerusalem sources revealed, on Saturday, that the occupation forces are taking advantage of the current crisis of the newly created Corona virus, to impose unprecedented restrictions on Islamic endowment employees in occupied Jerusalem.

The same sources reported that the occupation authorities impose new changes to the status quo in the Al-Aqsa Mosque, as the occupation imposed a complete closure on all doors of the mosque, while keeping only the tribes and chains doors open.

The sources confirmed that both doors are surrounded by a heavy presence of the occupation police, and that "the door of the tribes opens on Al-Ghazali Square surrounded by several points of the occupation police, and the door of the chain opens to an Israeli police headquarters and an army headquarters (border guards) directly at the Taknazi school."

The closure of all the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and according to the same sources, virtually isolated the headquarters of the Islamic Endowments Department, which is located in the Manjid School in the northern part of the western portico of Al-Aqsa, and the headquarters is far from the doors that remained open.

The sources indicated that the employees of the Islamic Endowments Department in Jerusalem work inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque, but the door linking their headquarters to the Al-Aqsa Mosque is now closed, which is the "Council" door, which is an unprecedented step by the occupation forces, because the door of the Council is the link between the endowments and their employees and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Close the door of the council in the face of the endowment employees a historical precedent and a maneuver to isolate them

Close the council’s door in the face of the endowment employees, which the same sources see as a dangerous historical precedent, because this door was named after the council’s council in relation to the Supreme Islamic Council, which took its headquarters in the Manj’ic School since the thirties of the twentieth century, as this step constitutes “the first Israeli maneuver to isolate The Islamic Endowments Department for the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is the department responsible for the mosque, its administration, maintenance and reconstruction.

The occupation police, stationed at the tribes and chains, on the entry and exit procedures of Al-Aqsa, ask the employees of the Awqaf Department of identity cards, where the latter provided the occupation under pressure, with a comprehensive list of employees, their official workplaces and the nature of their duties, according to the sources.

The same sources considered that this step is dangerous in converting the status of Islamic endowments employees into guests inside the Al-Aqsa, meaning that those who control the entry and exit decision are the occupation police, something that has not happened since the occupation of Al-Aqsa in 1967.

Since the first days of the closure of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, the occupation police have started counting endowment employees who are attending the group’s prayers, and have released violations for them if they are more than 10 people, even if they are separated, in an attempt to confirm the validity of the Israeli procedures inside Al-Aqsa, while the occupation soldiers gather dozens at The outpost near the Dome of the Rock Dome.

Fears of the settlers storming the Aqsa Mosque on the 22nd of this month

These days, fears mount over calls by the alleged Temple groups to storm the blessed Al Aqsa Mosque, which is currently closed to worshipers due to the outbreak of the Corona virus, in what is called "Jerusalem Day", which coincides with the anniversary of the completion of the occupation of Jerusalem by the Hebrew calendar, which falls on Friday, on the 22 of this month. .

The right-wing extremist groups and the alleged temple groups submitted an application to the Israeli Supreme Court demanding that it issue an urgent decision to open the Al-Aqsa Mosque urgently for the incursions, with the approach of "Jerusalem Day." Dozens of elements and members of the "Union Union groups" demonstrated at the beginning of this month near the Bab Al-Mughrabi Bridge leading to the mosque. Al-Aqsa in Al-Buraq Square to demand the reopening of Al-Aqsa for them, and prayers in it, in a coordinated and studied campaign in light of the Corona epidemic.


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