Settler "Temple Groups" storm "Al Aqsa" and organize biblical prayers

 Dozens of rabbis stormed the biblical school of the so-called “Temple Communities”, “Sheif Har Habit” Al-Aqsa Mosque, and took part in the “silent collective prayer” at 1 pm opposite the eastern arcade towards the Dome of the Rock.

The raid was led by Rabbi Eliyahu Weber and a number of the rabbis of extremist "Temple Groups", under the protection of Israeli police soldiers and his heavily armed special forces, who prevented the Al-Aqsa Mosque guards from approaching.

According to the mosque guards, rabbis and religious school students stormed the mosque and performed biblical prayers, after the “Har Habit Yeshivat” school issued an invitation to hold a collective prayer inside Al-Aqsa on Wednesday evening.

According to a video clip broadcast to extremist groups, these biblical prayers were organized by the "Biblical Mount Temple School", and included sagging and recitations, in a continuous aggression on the eastern square of Al-Aqsa, which the Temple groups are looking to control and cut off from Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem said: The settlement group affiliated with that settlement school stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in the morning of the incursions, and their number was 11 settlers.

She pointed out that the group carried out provocative tours in the corridors of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, before they left, despite the tight closure imposed by the occupation government under the pretext of limiting the spread of the Corona epidemic.

The incursions are part of periodic tours by settler flocks aiming to change the reality in the Holy City and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The Islamic Endowments in Jerusalem said: The second period of the incursions took place after the noon prayer, in which 25 extremists participated.

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