In a written statement from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Israeli ministers as well as deputies and fanatical Jews attacked the Masjid al-Aqsa.
Pointing out that fanatic Jews continue to violate their religious rituals in the courtyard of Masjid al-Aqsa under the protection of the Israeli police, the statement emphasized that international law was clearly violated with repeated raids on Aqsa.
“Practices to Judaize Jerusalem are invalid in accordance with international law”
The statement strongly condemned the provocative “flag march” organized by Jewish settlers in East Jerusalem and the raids on Aksa, and noted the following:
“The occupied city of Jerusalem is an inseparable part of the Palestinian territories on the 1967 borders. All decisions and practices of the occupying Israel to Judaize the occupied Jerusalem are invalid in accordance with international law.”
In the statement that the Israeli government is held responsible for the results of the systematic raids on the Masjid al-Aqsa, which provokes all Muslims in the world, it was pointed out that such actions feed the radicalism that affects the stability of the region.
The statement also called on the international community to fulfill Israel’s responsibilities against violations of the sanctities of Muslims and Christians in the Palestinian territories.
Jewish settlers raid Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of Israeli police
Due to the provocative “flag march” organized due to Israel’s occupation of East Jerusalem in 1967, fanatical Jewish settlers raided Masjid al-Aqsa under the protection of the Israeli police.
According to the written statement made by the Jerusalem Islamic Foundations Administration, a total of 1262 fanatical Jewish settlers raided the courtyard of Aksa in two separate expeditions in the morning and at noon.
The far-right Minister of Development of Galilee and Najaf Region Yitzhak Wasserlauf, Likud Party deputies Ariel Kallner, Dan Illouz, former Likud Deputy Judah Glick were among those who raided Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Transport Minister Miri Regev from the Likud Party also participated in the “flag march” in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem with a group carrying Israeli flags in the morning.