The occupation police raided Al-Aqsa Mosque and fired rubber-coated bullets and stun grenades at Muslims who were performing Tarawih prayers in the Qibla Mosque, forcing people to leave.
The occupation police raided Al-Aqsa Mosque after Tarawih prayers and intervened in Al-Qibla Mosque with rubber bullets and batons.
As the end of Tarawih prayers approached, the occupation police raided the Al-Aqsa Mosque square and began to deploy around the Qibla Mosque.
After the prayers ended, a scuffle broke out between the Israeli police and those at the Qibla Mosque, who attempted to remove the interior. The occupation police intervened by firing rubber bullets and sound bombs at the Muslims who had taken refuge in the Qibla Mosque.
In addition, the occupation police intervened with batons against the demonstrators who stormed Al-Aqsa Square.
In the pictures circulated on social media, the Israeli police were seen entering the Qibla Mosque with rubber bullets. The cameras showed that the occupation police beat the groups they had taken out of the mosque with batons and stun grenades.
And the Palestinian Red Crescent stated, in a written statement, that the occupation police intervened in the raid on Al-Aqsa Mosque, and intervened to injure 6 injured people and transfer two of them to the hospital.
The violent intervention of the Israeli occupation forces against worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque at night increased tension in occupied East Jerusalem and the region.
A group of Palestinians took refuge in the Qibla Mosque in Al-Aqsa after the Tarawih prayers, after he called on fanatical Jewish settlers to raid Al-Aqsa Mosque because of the holy “Passover” and make offerings there.
Footage of Israeli forces violently entering and beating Palestinians at the Qibla Mosque during the Al-Aqsa mosque raid led to a reaction.
During the raid, more than 400 Palestinians who sought refuge in the Qibla Mosque were arrested.
Riots erupted throughout the night in occupied East Jerusalem, and the occupation police intervened with the Palestinians, using tear gas, rubber bullets and force.
The Israeli police raid on Al-Aqsa Mosque and the use of disproportionate force against the Palestinians caused an international reaction.
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