The Organization of Islamic Cooperation will hold an extraordinary meeting on April 8 to discuss the Israeli forces’ attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque.
And according to a written statement issued by the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the organization will meet at the level of permanent members on Saturday, following the Palestinian and Jordanian call against the Israeli forces’ attacks and raids on the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The statement stated that the Israeli forces’ raids on Al-Aqsa Mosque and the attack on the worshipers’ prayers will be discussed at the meeting, and it was stated that the Secretary-General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, Hussein Ibrahim Taha, will deliver a speech at the meeting. the meeting. It is noteworthy that Taha will evaluate the Al-Aqsa Mosque and other dangerous events in the Palestinian territories as a result of the Israeli attacks.
The violent intervention of the occupation forces against worshipers in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque once again led to an increase in tension in occupied East Jerusalem and the region.
And the Palestinians took refuge in the Qibla Mosque in Al-Aqsa after the Tarawih prayers, after the fanatical settlers called for raiding the Al-Aqsa Mosque because of the “Feast of Passover” and the Jewish sacrifices there.
During the Al-Aqsa raid at Suhoor, the occupation police intervened in the Qibla Mosque using tear gas, rubber bullets and batons, turning the holy temple into a war zone.
More than 400 Palestinians who sought refuge in the Qibla Mosque were arrested.
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