Al Aqsa Mosque
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Tuesday at Al Itihadiyah Presidential Palace King Abdullah II of Jordan and Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas to confer over the developments of the Palestinian Cause as well as relevant regional and international updates.
Secretary General of the Arab League Ahmed Abou El Gheit condemned Tuesday "the breach of Al Aqsa Mosque's sanctity" by Israeli Minister of National Security Itamar Ben-Gvir.
In a statement, the ministry warned against continuing such breaches, imposing restrictions on the movement of Palestinian worshippers, attempting to change the current legal and historical situation of Jerusalem.
Egypt has condemned the Israeli settlers’ storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque’s compound under the protection of the police, calling for protecting Muslim worshippers.
Egypt's Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN) Osama Abdel Khalek warned against the Israeli continued attempts to Judaize East Jerusalem, state’s news agency MENA reported.
Dozens of Israeli settlers – guarded by Israeli police - broke into Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque Tuesday through Al Maghariba Gate and kept provoking worshippers.
The condemnation is issued one day ahead of the eve of Al Adha Eid; both are holy Islamic events.
Palestine “will forever remain steadfast and its people will continue their struggle to defend their land, honour and the Al Aqsa Mosque, the first Qibla and third holiest site in Islam.”
On May 9, the Arab Publishers' Association issued a statement condemning the Israeli occupation forces' attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque and all places of worship in occupied Jerusalem.
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Israeli forces apprehended on Wednesday 10 Palestinians in the West Bank, mostly freed prisoners.
Palestinian official condemned extremist Israeli settlers raid, led by the Knesset member Yehuda Glick, on Al Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem
Thousands of Palestinians from Al Quds city and 1948 lands headed to Al Aqsa mosque to perform Friday prayers,
Israeli forces suppressed a peaceful protest held by Palestinian citizens against Israel's decision to form a self-rule administration for the Israeli settlers in Hebron.
Some Jerusalemites were injured when Israeli forces assaulted worshipers near Bab Al Majles.
Groups of Israeli settlers stormed anew Al Aqsa Mosque via al Magharba gate under the protection of Israeli police.
Netanyahu said Sunday that his decision to remove security measures around Al Aqsa mosque was difficult.
The Israeli authorities beefed up security measures outside Al Aqsa , as military reinforcements were deployed to ban Palestinian worshipers from reaching the mosque.
The Israeli police banned under-50 Palestinian worshipers from entering Al Aqsa Mosque to perform Friday prayers, amid intensive security measures.