Jerusalem is closed to citizens for the nineteenth day ... and settlers continue to storm Al-Aqsa

Occupied Jerusalem is witnessing a comprehensive closure during which citizens are prevented from entering the Old City except for its residents registered with ID cards, for the nineteenth day in a row, under the pretext of Jewish holidays and the Corona epidemic, while settlers are excluded from these procedures, Where they continued during this closure, their incursions into the Al-Aqsa Mosque, accompanied by leaders of the security services and members of the army and police protection.

Today, the Israeli police checkpoints spread at the entrances to the Old City and on the street number one that separates East and West Jerusalem. They searched citizens and issued violations for them, while the city’s streets roamed the foot patrols, mechanized patrols, and "Yisam" teams.

In light of this closure, the walls of the Old City witnessed a closure of almost 100%, while most of the shops of the Holy City closed their doors, fearing violations that have become an obsession because they have become subject to the mood of the occupation police and its special forces who have turned Jerusalem into a military barracks.

In turn, the Islamic Endowments said that the occupation police and its heavily armed special forces deployed in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque before the morning incursions along the incursions path from the Mughrabi Gate to the Gate of Mercy to secure the storming settlers, whose number reached in the morning period 39 settlers who made provocative tours accompanied by guides from the alleged Temple groups .

The extremist Temple groups called for intensifying the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque. In the last days of the Jewish holidays, this is at a time when Muslims are prevented from entering the Old City and reaching the blessed mosque under the pretext of closure and the Corona epidemic.

And according to the "Temple Mount" organizations, during a promotional flyer, dozens of settlers who live far away in the settlements in the northern West Bank, and from the mountains of Hebron, stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the past two weeks and today.

The Endowments added: The settlers stormed the mosque in successive groups, and 25 settlers participated in the storming of the evening period after the noon prayer, who listened to false explanations about a history and geography that had no connection to the mosque. The Chapel of Mercy.

Today, the Israeli police deported Sheikh Raafat Najib from Al-Aqsa for no reason to mention, to join the dozens of people deported from the mosque in the process of targeting worshipers, stationers, scholars and imams who are not guilty, except because they persist in prayers and rituals in Al-Aqsa.

For its part, religious and national authorities and Jerusalem activists have criticized the racist occupation policies against Palestinian worshipers, who are deported and prevented from reaching the Al-Aqsa Mosque under the pretext of "closing and combating Corona", and are being returned and fined for heavy violations, while settlers from all over the country are allowed to storm the mosque, stressing that This policy is part of deliberate, programmed and coordinated Israeli plans between the occupation government, its municipality and the settlers, with the aim of emptying the mosque of worshipers so that the incursions take place quietly in accordance with the agenda and the Talmudic narration.

The religious authorities warned against the claims of the alleged extremist "Temple Groups" and their calls for expanding the incursions into the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the so-called "Throne" and "the joy of the Torah", and against targeting the powers of the Islamic endowments that have the right to manage and rule the mosque.

In the same context, Jerusalemites launched a campaign bearing the tag "Your picture in Al-Aqsa Mosque", on social media. Activists of the campaign began tweeting the tag over the past few days, in defiance of the occupation due to the policy of preventing and denying Palestinians access to and praying at the Al-Aqsa Mosque.


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