Days of Palestine, Reports –An Israeli court in Tel Aviv ruled on Sunday that Israeli police have to protect Jewish settlers desecrating Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The court said that Israeli Jewish settlers have to get the protection of the Israeli police when they storm Al-Aqsa Mosque, third holiest palce for about 2 billion Muslims around the world.
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The Israeli jewishpress.com considered it a big victory for the Israeli Jewish settlers against the Israeli police, claiming that the Israeli police prevent them from storming the Mosque.
“The bigger victory was the court’s criticism of the police’s actions towards Jews on the Temple Mount (Al-Aqsa Mosque) and the explicit ruling that the police must ensure that Jews be able to pray on ‘the Jewish people’s holiest site,’” the website reported, supporting the fake narrative that this is the holiest place for Jews.
Rabbi Yehuda Glick took the police to court and sued for damages after he recovered from wounds caused when a Palestinian resident from Jerusalem shot him in last November.
Christian member of Fatah Central Council Demetri Daliani criticised the ruling, describing the Israeli judiciary as part of the Israeli judaisation process.
Daliani said that the Israeli judiciary is based on a clear violation of the international law as it issues rules that are enforced by weapons in an occupied lands.
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