Days of Palestine

Sunday, February 5

Occupation wounds 20, arrests 7 in Al-Aqsa Mosque

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Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –Israeli forces attacked on Wednesday Palestinians entering into Al-Aqsa Mosque, wounded 20 and arrested seven.

At the same time, the Israeli occupation police escorted 110 extremist Israeli settlers entering into the Mosque and performing Talmudic rituals marking the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

Days of Palestine reporter said that the Israeli occupation forces and the Israeli occupation police closed all the gates of the Mosque and blocked all Palestinians trying to enter into it.

As the Palestinians insisted to go inside to face the Israeli settlers, who had entered before them, the Israeli troops attacked them using stunning batons, tear gas and metal bullets coated with rubber.

Our reporter said that at least 20 Palestinians were wounded and seven were arrested. He said that the Palestinians at the end could enter into the Mosque.

Since the early morning, the Israeli police has been existing heavily around the Mosque and prevented all women and men under 50 years from entering into the Mosque.

For about two weeks, the Israeli occupation forces have been imposing strict measures on the entrance of the Palestinians into Al-Aqsa Mosque.

On Tuesday, the Jordanian parliament called for the Jordanian government to put an end to the Israeli “flagrant” violations against the Palestinian worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque. It also called for stopping the Israeli attacks on the Mosque itself.

Watch the moment when the Palestinian women broke the Israeli siege on Al-Aqsa Mosque