According to a written statement from the Administration of Islamic Foundations in Jerusalem, Israeli police allowed Jewish settlers who could not enter Aqsa due to Palestinian resistance to enter Harem-i Sharif since May 4, when tensions have increased.
In the statement, it was stated that the Israeli police had expelled worshipers from the area prior to the raid, and it was noted that around 50 Jewish settlers attacked Aqsa along with the Israeli police.
In the statement, it was stated that Fadi Alyan, the guardian of Masjid-i Aqsa of the Foundation Administration, Isa ed-Dibağ and Basim Zağir of the Aksa Reconstruction Committee, who were affiliated with the Administration, Ali Vazuz , who was in charge of the manuscript section at Aksa, and one of those who came for worship was detained.
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Israeli police prevented young people from Jerusalem from entering Aksa in the morning, based on information received from eyewitnesses. Security forces also imposed certain restrictions, such as seizing identity documents at the gates of Harem-i Sharif.
The Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation (KAN) also said Harem-i Sharif was opened to Jewish settlers after 3 weeks.
KAN reported that the area had been closed to fanatic Jews for the last 10 days of Ramadan, when heavy clashes took place in Aksa.
Since May 4, when the tension escalated, Jewish settlers have been unable to attack the Masjid al-Aqsa due to resistance from the Palestinians.
Masjid al-Aqsa, located in occupied East Jerusalem, is the first qibla of Muslims.
Jews are excavating under the so-called “ruins of the temple of Solomon” under the Masjid-i Aqsa complex, where the Qibla Masjid and the Sahara Mosque of Kubbetu are located, as well as the museum, madrasas and the great courtyard, and they have the right to worship in Masjid-i Aqsa. argues that.