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The attacks of fanatical Jews on the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Israel have escalated over the past twenty years.

Al-Aqsa raids by fanatical Jews, By a unilateral decision of the Israeli occupation police, without permission from the Islamic Institutions Authority in Jerusalem. Started in April 2003.

Since then, the number of fanatical Jews has grown exponentially every year, and the peak periods are recorded as Jewish holy holidays.

According to information received from officials of the Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem, the number of Jewish settlers who raided Al-Aqsa between 2004 and 2013 ranged between 6 and 7 thousand settlers per year.

The number of raiders ranged from 11 to 14 thousand between 2014 and 2016; This number increased from 25 to 29 thousand between 2017-2020.

In this context, the number of fanatical Jews who stormed in 2018 exceeded 29 thousand, and in 2022 their number exceeded 42 thousand; The number of Jewish settlers has increased every year, breaking a record in 2022.

According to data from the Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem, the number of Jewish settlers who stormed Jerusalem reached 3,694 in 2011, 2,000,915 in 2012, 1,688 in 2013, 11,870 in 2014, and 11,589 in 2015. 14,000 . 870, 25 thousand 630 in 2017, 29 thousand 801 in 2018, 29 thousand 610 in 2019, 18 thousand 526 in 2020 (the number decreased due to Kovid-19), 34 thousand 117 in 2021, in 2022 it was listed As 48 thousand 238.

Extremist Jews want to worship at Al-Aqsa

The Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem affiliated to the Jordanian Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs announced that it had closed its foreign tourism program in front of Al-Aqsa after the raid of the former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which caused the outbreak of the incident. 2000 uprising.

Before the year 2000, Jews entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque as tourists and adhered to the tourism program of the management of Islamic institutions.

Behind the Israeli raids on Al-Aqsa Mosque lie the calls of extreme right-wing groups to “establish the Temple of Solomon” on the ruins of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

In this context, the raids and attacks on Axa have continued increasingly from history to the present. On June 15, 1967, the Chief Rabbi of the Israeli Army, Shlomo Goren, entered Aksa Square with 50 people and performed some religious rituals.

On August 14, 1979, a group of Jewish settlers, Gershom Sholem, attempted to raid Al-Aqsa Mosque after asking the Israeli Supreme Court to allow their religious rituals to be held at Al-Aqsa, but the Muslims who worshiped there prevented it.

On January 13, 1981, members of the Board of Trustees of the Jabal al-Sculpture Movement (Temple Mount) raided Al-Aqsa Mosque.

On April 11, 1982, Israeli soldier Harry Goodman raided Al-Aqsa and opened fire on worshipers, killing two Palestinians and wounding dozens.

On July 27, 1982, a member of the Kach terrorist movement was arrested on charges of plotting to blow up the Dome of the Rock.

On March 10, 1983, a group of Jewish settlers were arrested while trying to sneak into Aksa at night. Extremist Jews carried out several attacks on the synagogue in the years between 1990 and 1999.

The Israeli judiciary signs “biased” decisions regarding Al-Aqsa Mosque

After former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s raid on Al-Aqsa on September 28, 2000 and the outbreak of the Second Intifada, the Department of Islamic Institutions suspended the program for non-Muslims to visit the Haram al-Sharif.

On the other hand, the Israeli government made a unilateral decision in April 2003 to open the Al-Aqsa Mosque to illegal settler raids, despite protests and refusals from the administration of Islamic institutions in Jerusalem.

In 2015, calls for the use of Al-Aqsa Mosque in the right-wing part of Israel also increased in time and space between Muslims and Jews.

In December 2016, the Israeli police allowed ultra-Orthodox Jews to raid Al-Aqsa Mosque in their religious attire. The police also completely closed the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque on July 14-15, 2017, in an unprecedented step.

On August 11, 2019, the Israeli occupation forces stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque on Eid al-Adha, in order to protect fanatical Jews.

The Magistrates Court issued a ruling in October 2021 allowing the settlers to pray in silence at the mosque.

By April 2022, more than 3,738 settlers raided Al-Aqsa Mosque during the Jewish holiday of Passover.

On May 22, 2022, the Israeli Criminal Court in Jerusalem issued a preliminary ruling allowing settlers to pray aloud and kneel in the courtyard of the mosque.

Itamar Ben Gvir, Minister of National Security and leader of the far-right Jewish Power party, raided Al-Aqsa Mosque on January 4, 2023.

The Israeli government says that “there is no change to the status quo of the Haram al-Sharif and it is not planned,” but religious institutions and officials in Jerusalem maintain that the Israeli government is violating the current legal and historical status of Al-Aqsa Mosque. .

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