Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –Extremist Zionist organisation announced this week it would pay 2,000 shekels ($516) to settlers desecrating Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Al-Aqsa Mosque is the third holiest place not only for the Palestinians, but for about 2bn Muslims all over the world.
Jewish groups refer to Al-Aqsa Mosque as the Temple Mount and their increased desecration of the holy site have triggered Palestinian protests across the occupied West Bank, Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
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Although formally banned from praying there, Israeli activists enjoy police escort when they venture into the compound.
Speaking to Israeli Channel Two on Tuesday, Raphael Morris, head of Returning to the Mount, accused the Israeli government of imposing “ruthless restrictions” on Jewish Israelis.
“We did not cause the situation to deteriorate,” Morris said, “we must act not only to end the slide, but moreover for the addition of rights for Jews on the mount, the first of which is prayer.”
Returning to the Mount’s Facebook page is full of posts calling for the Israeli occupation to destroy Al-Aqsa Mosque and raise a Jewish temple in its place.
These fever-pitch calls come at a time when Palestinian protests against ongoing Israeli occupation and harsh policies are growing. Protesters have met force, with Israeli soldiers using live ammunition, rubber-coated steel bullets, tear gas and stun grenades.
Since October 1, Israeli forces or settlers have killed 69 Palestinians, including unarmed protesters, bystanders and school children. It also wounded more than 5,000 others.
More than 1,000 Palestinians, among them children, have been arrested this month, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Club.
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