Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –Thousands of Palestinian worshipers performed Friday prayer in the streets of Jerusalem after they had been banned from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque by Israeli police.
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The Israeli police prevented all Palestinian men under 50, from Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank, from entering into the Mosque.
During the last week, hundreds of Israeli settlers invaded the Mosque and performed Talmudic rituals inside its Sanctuary Yards, marking the end of the 5,775 Jewish year.
In a statement, the Israeli police said that preventing worshipers from entering into the Mosque came as a preventive measure to undermine mass gathering planned to organise demonstrations after Friday prayer.
All the streets of the Old City were full of Palestinian worshipers, but witnesses said that the Israeli police infuriated the Palestinians by placing their barriers in the middle of the streets to spoil their prayer. Such actions caused clashes, but they ended very quickly.
Palestinian worshipers were banned from entering into the holy site on Tuesday morning. They were eventually allowed access on Wednesday, but clashes later that day with the Israeli occupation forces left 15 Palestinians wounded.
Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest place for around 2billion Muslims, is located in East Jerusalem. It is part of the internationally recognised Palestinian territories that have been occupied by the Israeli occupation since 1967.
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