2,500 occupiers storm Masjid Al-Aqsa in July
In July, about 2,500 jewish occupants stormed the Mosque in violation of its Islamic sanctity, according to a report released by al-Quds Center for Studies.
The zionist occupation gangs on Monday morning allowed scores of jewish occupants to desecrate the Aqsa Mosque’s courtyards.
More than 75 settlers, including religious students, entered the Mosque through al-Maghariba Gate and toured its courtyards under gangs protection, according to local sources.
The Aqsa Mosque is exposed to daily desecration by jewish occupants in the morning and the afternoon except on Fridays and Saturdays.
The zionist gangs close al-Maghariba Gate, which is used by jewish occupants to enter the Mosque, at 10:30 am after the settlers complete their morning tours at the holy site. Later in the afternoon, the same gate is reopened for evening tours by jewish occupants.
During the presence of settlers inside the Mosque compound, entry restrictions are imposed on Muslim worshipers at the entrances leading to the Mosque and their IDs are seized until they leave the holy place.
In July, about 2,500 jewish occupants entered the Mosque in violation of its Islamic sanctity, according to a report released by al-Quds Center for Studies.
The Centre said in its report that Uri Ariel, the minister of agriculture for the occupation regime, gangs in military clothing and students of the jewish religious school had also participated in the storms in July.
Last month, 2,345 jewish occupiers and 40 jewish religious school students, among them the fanatical jewish rabbi Yehuda Glick, participated in the storming on Masjid Al-Aqsa, the report said.
The report also noted that in July, fanatical jews operating under the name "union of sculptural organizations" calls for the storm to Masjid Al-Aqsa to mark jewish feast days.
The al-Quds Center for Studies said the occupation regime had tolerated the jewish occupiers in storming, and that this encouraged those involved in storming to display provocative acts and perform rites in the courtyard of the Masjid Al-Aqsa.
The al-Quds Center for Studies said that the number of Palestinians banned by the occupying zionists to enter Masjid Al-Aqsa has increased day by day and recently started to impose a ban of entering on children.