68 settlers and soldiers break into the "Aqsa" and the refusers refuse to leave

 54 settlers, two members of the Israeli intelligence service and 12 policemen stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Wednesday from the Mughrabi Gate with heavy security from the Israeli occupation forces.

The settlers carried out provocative tours in the blessed mosque. A large number of worshipers were present in Al-Aqsa to worship their pure companions.

He called on those who retreated to the maximum to participate in "I'tikaaf" and defy the measures of the occupation, and their rejection of all attempts of occupation aimed at removing them from the mosque by force as a violation and a blatant violation of the Muslims.

In a letter issued today, the detractors said that the occupation continues to impede humiliation on the Al-Aqsa Mosque through its repeated attempts to force the abductors out of it.

They added: "Some of the Almoravid able to I'tikaf inside the Aqsa Mosque and breaking the decision of the occupation, and this is evidence that we need to steadfastness on the position to break the occupation decision to prevent I'tikaaf."

He called on those who retreated to go back to Al-Aqsa Mosque, and to observe the I'tikaaf in it. It is not clear that one night separates from the open I'tikaaf, pointing to the necessity of this so that the occupation will not continue over the last ten days of Ramadaan.

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