The Israeli occupation government issued Sunday night 22 May 2022 a statement saying that there is no change in the status quo at Al-Aqsa Mosque, according to the Hebrew newspaper Maariv.
This came hours after the Israeli court issued a decision allowing Israeli settlers to perform Talmudic rituals in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa.
The Hebrew Channel 12 reported that the Magistrate’s Court in Jerusalem, for the first time, allowed settlers to “chant phrases of monotheism in the Jewish religion and perform prayer rituals in a manner similar to kneeling” inside the courtyards of Al-Aqsa.
As a result, the Palestinian resistance factions affirmed that Al-Aqsa Mosque is a pure right of Muslims, and the Israeli occupation will not be allowed to violate its sanctity and hold Talmudic rituals in it.
It should be noted that a similar situation in May of last year has incited confrontations leading to the launching of a comprehensive military assault against the Gaza strip where more than 160 Israeli jets kept up bombing Gaza for 11 days, killing 232 Palestinians including 69 children and 39 women, and injuring some 2000 others.