Local media sources reported that Israeli colonial settlers broke into Al-Aqsa Mosque and performed Talmudic provocative rituals near Bab Al-Rahma under heavy protection from Israeli occupation forces.
Meantime, Israeli occupation forces are widely disseminated across the compound of the Al-Aqsa Mosque to safeguard the colonial settlers, prohibiting the presence of Palestinians.
As part of a decades-old accord between Jordan and the Israeli occupation, non-Muslims are not allowed to perform any religious rituals inside the confines of Al-Aqsa Mosque, nor are Israeli symbols allowed to be displayed.
In 2003, the Waqf’s management of Al-Aqsa visits was revoked by Israeli authorities. Since then, Israeli forces have allowed colonial settlers to break into the site on a near-daily basis.
Israeli colonial settlers repeated violations of Muslim, as well as Christian, symbols as a deliberate attempt to Judaise the occupied Jerusalem, with the progressive expulsion of the local population; the Palestinians.