Occupation forces attack Al-Mourabitat in Al-Aqsa and besiege dozens in Al-Qibli prayer hall (video) | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


On Sunday, the Israeli occupation forces attacked Palestinian women stationed in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, in a scene that sparked a wave of Palestinian anger, after hundreds of settlers stormed the mosque in memory of the so-called “destruction of the Temple.”

Video clips monitored by “Watan” showed a brutal attack carried out by the Israeli police against the stationed women in the Blessed Mosque, against the background of the settlers’ incursions.

A video clip also showed a brutal assault carried out by a number of Israeli occupation police against a Jerusalemite stationed in Al-Aqsa Mosque, where they beat her and knocked her to the ground, while others of her female colleagues followed her in the courtyards of the mosque.

Al-Mourabitat in Al-Aqsa Mosque tried to expel the stationed women and prevent the occupation forces from attacking them, while the Israeli police continued to protect the settlers and beat the Jerusalemites.

The Al-Murabitat, in turn, defied the occupation forces and continued the ribat in the Al-Aqsa Mosque, while the Eid Al-Adha shouts of takbeer rose.

Closure of the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the spread of the occupation forces

In this context, hundreds of settlers, on Sunday morning, stormed the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, under heavy guard by the Israeli occupation forces.

The occupation forces turned the holy city into a military barracks and prevented Palestinians from being in the courtyards of the Haram, after special units stormed it after dawn prayers to secure the settlers’ incursions on the occasion of the so-called “destruction of the Temple” anniversary.

Yehuda Glick

Rabbi Yehuda Glick presented hundreds of settlers’ incursions into Al-Aqsa, who, guarded by the occupation police, carried out provocative tours in the courtyards of the Temple Mount and received explanations about the alleged “temple.”

While some of them performed Talmudic rituals in front of the Dome of the Rock, before leaving the courtyards of the Haram through Bab al-Silsilah.

After the dawn prayer, the occupation forces stormed Al-Aqsa courtyards and emptied them of Palestinians, in preparation for the settlers’ collective incursions.

This comes hours after the settlers marched around the old walls of Jerusalem and gathered in front of the Lions Gate.

Read also: Palestinians mobilize for the widest band in Al-Aqsa to thwart the major incursion plan (witness)

And the occupation forces suppressed a march at the Dome of the Rock for the Palestinians, who chanted, “With our souls and blood, we will redeem you, Al-Aqsa.”

The occupation besieges the Al-Qibli prayer hall

It also surrounded the Al-Qibli prayer hall and fired tear gas canisters at the worshipers, as the mosque was closed with iron chains by the occupation elements.

Eyewitnesses reported that the occupation forces, at 5:30 in the morning, suddenly stormed the courtyards of the Temple Mount from all the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

While some forces stormed Al-Aqsa through the walls, where some elements were located on the roof of the Bab Al-Rahma chapel.

And the occupation forces surrounded the Al-Qibli Mosque before storming and assaulting the worshipers, who chanted, “With our souls and blood, we will redeem you, O Aqsa.”

Meanwhile, the occupation forces evacuated the yards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the worshipers, prevented them from gathering and moving freely, and forced them to leave the yards of the compound.

large numbers of settlers

Large numbers of settlers flocked to Al-Buraq Square to carry out mass incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards from the Mughrabi Gate, with heavy guards by members of the special units of the occupation police.

At half past seven in the morning, groups of settlers began storming the courtyards of the Temple Mount, with reinforced guards by the occupation forces and rapid intervention teams, which continued to besiege the Al-Qibli Mosque and spread in the courtyards of the Temple Mount, and fired tear gas and rubber-coated metal bullets at the Palestinians who are being repressed and pursued to get them out of Al-Aqsa.

Palestinian activists called for the intensification of the ribat in Al-Aqsa Mosque and for thwarting the settlers’ plan to storm it, in what is called the memory of “the destruction of the Temple.”

Yesterday, Saturday, large numbers of settlers tried to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of Bab Al-Silsila, and wandered in the Mujahideen Road near Bab Hatta in Al-Aqsa Mosque, protected by the occupation forces, performing dances in the place, and stormed the Bab Al-Qattanin area and provoked the residents.

Prior to the settlers’ march on Saturday evening, which roamed around the old walls of Jerusalem and landed in Bab Al-Asbat Square, the occupation forces attacked the residents of Al-Masara neighborhood, imposed a closure on the streets of Jerusalem, and clashes erupted in Salah El-Din Street.

The occupation forces had deployed metal barriers in the Bab al-Amoud area as part of the steps to secure the settlers’ incursion.

The occupation forces completely evacuated the Bab al-Amud area and prevented entry towards Old Jerusalem and deployed checkpoints to coincide with a march by settlers in memory of the so-called “destruction of the Temple.”

Local sources indicated that the occupation forces restricted journalists during their work, and prevented them from covering the events in Bab al-Amud.

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