Sheikh Sabri: Israeli courts have no jurisdiction over Aqsa Mosque

Sheikh Sabri

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC) – Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, head of the Higher Islamic Council in Occupied Jerusalem, has said that Israeli courts have no jurisdiction or right to address any issue related to the Aqsa Mosque, not to mention Jewish prayers in its courtyards.

In press remarks, Sheikh Sabri stressed that all the decisions taken by the Israeli occupation authority and its courts regarding the Aqsa Mosque compound are “invalid, illegal and uncivilized,” adding that the stature of the Mosque cannot be subject to Israeli courts.  

“International resolutions prohibit [Israel] from changing the status quo at the Aqsa Mosque and in the occupied territories in general,” he pointed out.

The Jerusalemite official held the Israeli occupation government fully responsible for any consequences resulting from such “racist, provocative and hostile decisions” taken by its courts regarding the Aqsa Mosque and the holy city.

(Source / 08.10.2021)

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