Palestinian activists on Tuesday launched calls for the implementation of a thought-out plan to thwart Israeli attempts to hold sway over holy al-Aqsa Mosque.
Speaking during a press conference, head of Jerusalem’s Committee at the Israeli Knesset, Ahmed al-Tibi, spoke out against the Israeli violations and Judaization schemes at al-Aqsa and Occupied Jerusalem.
He warned of ongoing Israeli attempts to whitewash its crimes and “pool the wool over the world’s eyes” with the help of the new US administration.
Meanwhile, representative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Ambassador Ahmed al-Ruweidi, strongly condemned the Israeli break-ins at al-Aqsa and attempts to grab hold of the site.
He added that the break-ins carried out by Israeli Mks at al-Aqsa are tension-provoking.
“Netanyahu wants to take revenge of al-Aqsa and the Muslim worshipers,” said al-Ruweidi, warning of the simmering Israeli terrorism and dangerous excavations around the site.
Head of al-Aqsa’s Academy for Endowment and Heritage, Sheikh Najeh Bkeirat, called for the launch of a unified and well-organized plan in the face of the Israeli violations in Occupied Jerusalem.
A press conference held at PalMedia headquarters in Occupied Jerusalem culminated in a set of recommendations urging the Palestinians to stand on guard against the Israeli attempts to enforce a new fait accompli and impose a spatio-temporal division at al-Aqsa.
(Source / 29.08.2017)