Days of Palestine

Monday, February 6

This is why Akaari ran over Israelis in Jerusalem

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Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –More than 600 Israeli troops, settlers invaded on Wednesday Al-Aqsa Compound, entered Southern Mosque.

In the early morning, the Israeli police closed the compound more than 300 policemen and army soldiers invaded its Sanctuary Yards. They carried out a wide-scale wave of violence against Palestinian worshipers inside.

Director of the Islamic Awqaf in Jerusalem Sheikh Azzam al-Khatib said that the Israeli policemen and troops entered into the Southern Mosque and reached the deepest point, where Salahuddin Podium is located.

“This is the first time they Israeli occupation carried out such extremist steps since 1967,” the Sheikh said. Since the morning, the Sheikh expected the Palestinians to be angered with their measure. “Israeli occupation is blamed for the consequences,” he said.

Opened for settlers

After the wide-scale crackdown the Israeli police and troops carried out inside the Mosque, they opened it for the settlers and escorted them touring around it.

Palestinian worshipers said that more than 300 Israeli settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Compound and took a tour around it.

They were protected by the Israeli security services, the Palestinian worshipers said.

On Tuesday evening, a group of extremist Israeli settlers called for storming Al-Aqsa Mosque in large numbers to mark one week on the assassination attempt of the extremist Jewish rabbi Yehuda Glick.

Watch these pictures of Israeli violence against the Palestinian worshipers and think about what Ibrahim Akari, 38, and father of five kids has done!