84 Israeli settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque

Days of Palestine - Jerusalem

On Sunday morning, a group of extremist settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, under strict security protection and amid severe restrictions on Palestinian entry to the mosque.

These incursions coincide with Jewish calls by the so-called extremist "Har-El" group and "A movement in our hands" to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque today through young men wearing uniforms inside the mosque.

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The Department of Islamic Endowments reported that 84 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning period, carried out provocative tours in its courtyards, and received explanations about the alleged "temple."

They explained that the settlers performed public Talmudic rituals in the eastern area of ​​the mosque amid strict protection from the Israeli occupation police.

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Despite the occupation restrictions and strict measures on the gates, worshipers from the people of Jerusalem and the occupied Palestinian interior flocked to the mosque since the early morning and spread in its squares and chapels.

It is noteworthy that incursions occur in two shifts in the morning and afternoon prayer through Mughrabi Gate, the keys of which have been controlled by the Israeli occupation authorities since 1967.

Al-Aqsa Mosque is exposed daily to a series of incursions and violations by settlers, interspersed with provocations against Palestinian worshipers, arrests, and evictions from the mosque, to allow the Jews to carry out their attacks without any restrictions.


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