The raids of the fanatical Jews against Masjid al-Aqsa continue due to the Passover (Passover) Festival, which covers April 5-13.
While the Israeli police guarded the Jewish settlers who entered the courtyard of Masjid al-Aqsa in groups today, a large number of police were deployed around the Qibla Masjid, where Muslims worship.
According to the statement made by the Palestinian Islamic Foundations Administration responsible for Masjid al-Aqsa, 1531 fanatical Jewish settlers from 23 different groups participated in the raid.
While the fanatic Jews were passing through the courtyard of Aqsa, the Muslims who were there protested the raid by saying takbirs.
A group of Palestinians and Muslims from different countries, including Turks, prayed in congregation at the point where fanatical Jews passed.
The Israeli police’s use of disproportionate force against Muslims in Al-Aqsa Mosque for two nights in a row last week, using sound bombs, rubber bullets and batons, escalated tensions in occupied East Jerusalem and increased tensions in the West Bank.
Calls for “raid on Aksa” on Passover
Fanatic Jews increased their calls for raids on Aksa during Passover on April 5-13.
During this period, Palestinians, who were waiting for a raid, called for Muslims to Itikaf in Masjid al-Aqsa during Ramadan.
Fifteen fanatical Jewish rabbis wrote letters to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of National Security Itamar Ben-Gvir, demanding that Jewish settlers be allowed to sacrifice at Al-Aqsa Mosque on Passover, and a reward of 5,500 dollars for those who succeed in sacrificing the sacrifice. had suggested.