11 June 2022

Hundreds of Settlers Storm Al Aqsa Courtyards

  • Al_Aqs

Occupied Jerusalem, June 11 (QNA) - A Palestinian report said last week that hundreds of settlers stormed the courtyards of the AlAqsa Mosque, under the protection of the Israeli occupation police.
The report issued by the Al-Qastal network of Jerusalem indicated that members of the occupation police and its special forces allowed 1,691 settlers to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque, and among the intruders were students of biblical religious institutes, officers, soldiers, employees of the occupation government and members of the Knesset.
The report indicated that the intruders performed their Talmudic prayers and rituals in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa, especially in the eastern area near the Bab al-Rahma prayer hall, and carried out provocative tours, interspersed with dancing, applause and singing, adding that these incursions were carried out from the Bab al-Magharib (Moroccan Gate) which is completely under the control of the occupation police, until Bab as-Silsila (Chain Gate).
Al-Qastal network confirmed that the largest number of incursions was recorded last Sunday, when 647 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, coinciding with the settlers celebration of the so-called "Descent of the Torah" in the midst of confrontation of the worshipers and the stationing in its courtyards.
Simultaneously, the occupation police assaulted those present in the mosque and its defenders, and imposed restrictions on the doors, and prevented dozens of young men and worshipers from entering it, and also closed al-Qibli with iron chains, and surrounded the Murabiteen (Al Aqsa Guards) inside it.
The Murabiteen met that with the takbeer, and performing the Duha prayer in the squares of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, which became one of their methods to confront the incursions, and they raised the flags of Palestine high in the face of the occupation soldiers and settlers.


General, Arab Affairs, Arab Countries, Palestine
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