In Videos| Israeli forces arrest worshipers, allow settlers’ raids into Al Aqsa mosque

Israeli police arrested worshipers, including a journalist and the head of a human rights watchdog, to make room for settlers’ raids

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli forces carried out an arrest campaign against worshipers at Al Aqsa mosque this morning while allowed dozens of settlers to break into the holy mosque and perform rituals.

QNN correspondence said Israeli forces allowed dozens of settlers to break into the courtyards of the holy mosque this morning.

She added that dozens of worshipers continued to stay in the holy mosque and its courtyards from pre-dawn hours. Israeli police kept trying to evict worshipers to make room for settlers’ raids.

Quds News Network10 hours ago

Israeli police detain three Palestinians in the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied Jerusalem, today.

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The police arrested journalist Sondos Oweis although of carrying a press card. It also arrested Raeda Saeed, Ihab Abu Sneineh, Luwai Jaber.

Oweis and Saeed were released a few hours later but ordered to stay away from Al Aqsa mosque for one week.

Israeli forces also arrested Obada Najeeb from the old city and summoned the head of the Prisoners Association in Jerusalem, Naser Qous.

The Israeli arrests campaign continues until this moment, while settlers led by the extremist terrorist Yehudah Glick continue to break into the mosque.

Hundreds of worshipers had been waiting at the gates of Al Aqsa mosque from the very early dawn hours. The worshipers kept waiting until the gate of the holy mosque was opened for the first time in 69 days. All gates of Al Aqsa mosque were closed by the Islamic Waqf to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

(Source / 31.05.2020)

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