The occupation expels the seclusion from the Al-Aqsa Mosque and allows the settlers’ incursions

Yesterday, Sunday, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the Al-Qibli prayer hall in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, forcibly expelled the worshipers, and expelled them outside the walls of the mosque.

And Palestinian media reported that the occupation forced the women out of the Al-Qibli prayer hall on the Temple Mount.

The Islamic Endowments Department in Jerusalem stated that the occupation authorities allowed more than 130 settlers to storm Al-Aqsa Square, where they performed Talmudic rituals before leaving.

arrests and deportations

Eyewitnesses said that the occupation authorities carried out a campaign of arrests and deportations from Al-Aqsa, in a preemptive measure on the occasion of the "Jewish Passover" holiday, which falls next Wednesday.

Yesterday, Sunday, the head of the political bureau of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), Ismail Haniyeh, warned of the consequences of the Israeli violations in the West Bank and the city of Jerusalem, and the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Yesterday, Sunday, thousands of Palestinians from inside the Green Line mourned the body of the martyr Muhammad al-Osaibi to the cemetery of his hometown of Hura in the Negev. Al-Osaibi was martyred in Jerusalem by the Israeli occupation police after the Tarawih prayer last Friday near the Chain Gate, one of the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

A general strike took place in all towns within the Green Line, mourning and condemning Al-Osaibi's killing.

Al-Jazeera correspondent Najwan Samri said that a state of anger prevailed in the town of Hoora, the birthplace of the young martyr, amid a demand from his relatives and his family to investigate his killing.

And it stated that Al-Osaibi was studying abroad and in his final year of medicine, and he was expected to graduate after two months, and he is the only son of his parents, and his father is disabled.

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