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1531 fanatical settlers, under the protection of the occupation forces, stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque square in occupied East Jerusalem.

The raids of the Al-Aqsa Mosque by fanatical Jews continue because of the Passover holiday, which covers the period from 5 to 13 April.

And while the occupation police were guarding the Jewish settlers who entered the courtyard of Al-Aqsa Mosque in groups today, a large number of policemen deployed around the Qibla Mosque, where Muslims worship.

A written statement issued by the Department of Palestinian Islamic Institutions responsible for Al-Aqsa Mosque stated that 1,531 fanatical Jewish settlers, from 23 different groups, participated in the raid.

As the fanatical Jews were passing through Al-Aqsa Square, the Muslims present there protested the raid by saying takbeers.

A group of Palestinians and Muslims from different countries, including Turks, prayed in congregation at the passage point of the Zealot Jews.

The Israeli police’s use of disproportionate force against Muslims at Al-Aqsa Mosque for two consecutive nights last week, using stun grenades, rubber bullets and batons, has escalated tensions in occupied East Jerusalem and increased tensions in the West Bank.

Invitations to “raid aksa” at Easter

Zealot Jews increased their calls for raids on Axa during Passover, 5-13 April.

During this period, the Palestinians, who were waiting for a raid, invited the Muslims to an itikaf in the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the month of Ramadan.

15 zealot Jewish rabbis wrote letters to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir, asking that Jewish settlers be allowed to sacrifice at Al-Aqsa Mosque on Passover, and a $5,500 reward for whoever succeeds in the sacrifice. the sacrifice.

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