1179 settlers storm the courtyards of al-Aqsa mosque

According to the Islamic Waqf in Jerusalem, more than 1,000 Jewish settlers stormed the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday morning under strict security protection by the Israeli occupation police.

In a press statement, the Waqf spokesperson, Firas al-Debs, told reporters today that 1179 Jewish extremists stormed the al-Aqsa courthards in the morning and violated his sanctity.

Al-Debs pointed out that the occupation forces had closed the door of the Moroccans under their control since the occupation of Jerusalem (1967), announcing the end of the incursions.

He stressed that what happened at the extreme today is "a flagrant violation of the sanctity of the mosque and of the month of Ramadan." Describing what happened with the "Hard Day".

The seventh Hebrew channel mentioned on the incursions into the Al-Aqsa mosque, noting that more than 1,000 settlers stormed the mosque under the protection of the Israeli occupation police. "Today we can say for sure that the Aqsa is run by the Israeli authorities," she said.

In turn, the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious affairs described what happened as "a violation of the sanctity of the Aqsa and an attack on the feelings of Muslims in the whole world and not only in Palestine."
In a press statement, she demanded Muslims to travel to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and protect him from desecration through I'TIKAAF and being stationary there.

The "brutal" assault of the occupying forces on the worshipers led to the wounding of more than 20 Palestinians by various wounds. The Israeli occupation police also forced the two retreats to evacuate the tribal chapel by force and closed its doors with iron chains.

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