Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has just broken into Al-Buraq Wall plaza, the western portion of Al-Aqsa Mosque complex in occupied Jerusalem.
Ahead of the far-right “Flag March” which is due to take place in the Old City at 4:00 p.m, Netanyahu has broken into the Al-Buraq Wall, known to Jews as the “Western Wall”, amid high tensions in the area as over 1044 colonial settlers, including MK Itamar Ben-Gvir, broke into the Al-Aqsa compound from today’s early morning hours till 11:00 am.
Former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu breaks into the Al-Buraq Wall plaza in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The settlers entered through the Mughrabi Gate, one of the Gates of the Old City of Jerusalem and is under full-Israeli control. The settlers performed Talmudic rituals in its courtyards and provocative dances.
Fanatic Israeli settlers are holding a provocative dance inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound right now.
Earlier today, dozens of well-armed Israeli occupation forces raided the mosque to make a way for settlers to break into the holy site.
The occupation forces attacked the Palestinian worshipers inside the holy site and blockaded them inside the prayer halls to empty the courtyards of its worshipers to secure the settlers’ entry.
The provocative storm of the holy site came only a few hours before the “Flag March,” an annual rally planned by Israeli far-right settlers as part of celebrations to commemorate the so-called “reunification” of the city under Israeli rule.
The march typically brings together thousands of young, far-right Israelis, who chant anti-Palestinian slogans and wave Israeli flags as they pass through the small streets of East Jerusalem’s Old City.
Last year’s parade took place amid heightened tensions in the city, paving the way for ‘Israel’ to launch a devastating military attack on the Gaza Strip, codenamed Guardian of the Walls.
The May 2021 assault left 256 Palestinians dead and thousands injured, as well as damaging over 50,000 homes and destroying key infrastructure.
(Source / 29.05.2022)