Days of Palestine – Jerusalem
Dozens of Israeli settlers stormed Tuesday April 12 2022 the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, under the heavy protection of the Israeli occupation police.
Local sources reported that dozens of Israeli settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the Mughrabi gate, performed Talmudi rituals and carried out provocative Tours in its courtyards until they left through the chain door.
On Monday evening, dozens of settlers carried out a complete simulation of the so-called “Easter offering” in the area of Umayad palaces adjacent to the walls of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The move came after a rabbinical summit held at Al-Aqsa to discuss the imposition of the Hebrew “Passover” rituals there, and after calls from far-right rabbis and pledges from leaders of the “Temple” groups to introduce what they call “the Passover offering” to Al-Aqsa on the evening of next Friday (the 14th of Ramadan).
This year, the Hebrew “Easter” intersects with the third week of the holy month of Ramadan, from April 16-22.
The alleged “Temple” groups continue to rally their supporters to storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the “Easter” feast, and desecrate it by performing rituals in it.
Settlers will try to introduce what they call “sacrament”, or his blood, to spread over the rock plate from Thursday, 13 Ramadan, until Friday, 21 Ramadan.
The so-called “Return to the Temple Mount” movement announced a financial reward for those who succeeded in offering “the Passover offering” at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, during the Hebrew holiday.
The extremist movement stated in its claim that “those who try to offer ‘sacrament’ and fail will get 400 NIS, those who try and succeed a little will get 800 NIS, and those who succeed in slaughtering ‘sacrament’ at Al-Aqsa will win money of 10,000 NIS “.
In response, Palestinian calls were made under the heading “Al-Aqsa retreat”; The high turnout for the Rabat retreat in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, on the second ten nights of Ramadan.
The blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque has been subjected to provocative settler incursions in the morning and evening periods, except on Friday and Saturday, in an occupation attempt to force the time division of the mosque.