Dozens of fanatical Jewish settlers, under the protection of the occupation forces, stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem.
In a written statement issued by the Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem, it was reported that 252 fanatical Jewish settlers raided the courtyard of Aksa in the morning.
According to information received from eyewitnesses, fanatical Jews entered the Haram al-Sharif under the protection of several Israeli policemen through the Magyaribi Gate.
The Israeli police also prevented Palestinians under the age of fifty from entering Al-Aqsa to pray during the raid.
It is feared that the raids will increase in the following hours due to the calls made by the settlers under the pretext of Shavuot, which is a religious holiday that covers today and tomorrow.
Violation of the sovereignty and authority of Islamic institutions in Jerusalem
Al-Aqsa Mosque according to the peace treaty signed between Israel and Jordan on October 26, 1994; The Jordanian Awqaf is under the auspices of the Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs and Holiness.
However, since 2003, without the permission of the administration, Jews enter the Holy Mosque by a unilateral decision of Israel, accompanied by the police.
The Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem described these entrances as a raid, and emphasized the violation of Muslim sovereignty.
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