Settlers’ break-ins continue in al-Aqsa Mosque

A state of tension has prevailed in al-Aqsa Mosque as Israeli settlers’ break-ins continued into its squares while Palestinian women’s access to the Mosque is still denied for the fourth consecutive day.

Jerusalemite sources said that Jewish settlers headed by the extremist rabbi Yehuda Glick stormed since the early morning hours al-Aqsa Mosque under Israeli police protection.

At the same time, Jerusalemite women continued their protests at the entrances to the Mosque after being denied from having access into it, condemning Israeli escalated attacks at the holy place.

For its part, Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage warned of the continued Israeli restrictions on women’s access to the Mosque.

The foundation said that Palestinian women of all ages are still prevented from entering into the Mosque for the fourth day in a row.

The foundation described the Israeli restrictions as a flagrant attack against the Islamic holy site and its sanctity.

Aqsa foundation called on Jerusalemites and Palestinians inside the Green Line to intensify their permanent presence in al-Aqsa Mosque, stressing the need for an urgent Arab and Islamic action in defense of the Mosque. (infopalestine)

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