83 settlers storming the Al-Aqsa mosque

83 settlers storming the Al-Aqsa mosque

JERUSALEM _ Palestine News Network

On Thursday, 83 Jewish settlers stormed the al-Aqsa mosque compound under heavy military protection by Israeli occupying police forces.

According to the Islamic Waqf in the city of Jerusalem, 65 settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning tour of the "Bab al-Mughrabi" under the control of the Israeli occupation.

Another 18 Jewish yeshiva students stormed the mosque during the same period and were protected by members of the Israeli occupation police and the armed special forces until they left the "chain door", the chamber said in an interview with the press.

In the same vein, Palestinian journalist Al-Abu Arafa said that she had received a threat of arrest because of her presence in the "Bab al Rahma" area, where the Israeli occupation police were preventing Palestinians from being present on the pretext of "harassing Jewish visitors".

Abu Arafa explained that two elements of the Israeli occupation police had photographed her and her family while eating breakfast at Bab al-Rahma, causing horror to her child, who was only three years old.

Yesterday, nine Palestinian women were arrested by the Israeli occupation police from the gates of the Al-Aqsa mosque, most of them from the occupied interior, due to their presence in Bab al-Rahma, before being released on condition of deportation for a period of two weeks.