mardi 1 août 2017

192 Israeli settlers storm into Al-Aqsa amid tight restrictions

192 colons sionistes entrent dans Al-Aqsa dans un contexte de restrictions strictes

The incursions coincide with the Jewish calls to intensify the 
daily strom-ins to al-Aqsa mosque and to establish a full program 
during Sunday, Monday and Tuesday inside and outside the mosque.

Jerusalem, ALRAY – Dozens of Israeli extremist settlers stormed into Al-Aqsa morning early on Monday from Al-Maghariba gate tightly guarded by Israeli police, with more restrictions imposed on
Palestinians’ entry to the mosque.

Israeli police opened Al-Maghariba gate at 7:30 AM, deployed the special forces and rapid deployment forces in the Al-Aqsa courtyards to ensure the full protection of settlers’ storm-ins.

The incursions coincide with the Jewish calls to intensify the daily strom-ins to al-Aqsa mosque and to establish a full program during Sunday, Monday and Tuesday inside and outside the mosque.

The official of public relations and media department of Islamic endowments Firas Aldebs stated that 192 extremists stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque since the morning, and after the opening of the door of Al-Maghariba.

The settlers organized provocative tours in various areas of Al-Aqsa courtyards and received explanations about the alleged Temple Mount and its landmarks during the intrusion.
Israeli occupation police tightened security measures at the gates of al-Aqsa and checked the personal identities of the worshipers coming to it.

Earlier, Israeli occupation police prevented Al-Aqsa guard Abdel Aziz Al-Helaisi from entering the mosque and joining his work.


In the meantime, dozens of worshipers from Jerusalem and the occupied Palestinian territories came to Al-Aqsa since the early morning, distributed in study seminars and reading the Koran, while chanting slogans to protest against Israeli continuing storm-ins.

The so-called "Back to the Mountain" extremist group within the union of the "Temple" organizations headed by extremist Rafael Morris, called for a full program on Monday and Tuesday inside and outside the Al-Aqsa Mosque, where they will daily storm into Al-Aqsa from 7:30 am, with a full morning program in Al-Aqsa on Tuesday.

Hebrew sources confirmed that the Israeli occupation forces stationed at the gates of Al-Aqsa has a list of names of the so-called "wanted to arrest” on the pretext of their confrontation to the occupation, adding that the list includes personal pictures of those "wanted".

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