Dozens of settlers storm Al-Aqsa

Dozens of settlers storm Al-Aqsa   Jerusalem WAFA - Dozens of settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque  Tuesday, under the protection of the Israeli occupation police.  Our correspondent reported that dozens of settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, carried out provocative tours, and performed Talmudic rituals in its courtyards, while the occupation soldiers prevented citizens from approaching the eastern area of ​​the mosque.  The blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque is exposed to settlers’ incursions on two shifts, morning and evening, with the exception of Friday and Saturday, in an occupation attempt to impose the temporal division in Al-Aqsa.

Jerusalem WAFA - Dozens of settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque  Tuesday, under the protection of the Israeli occupation police.

Our correspondent reported that dozens of settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, carried out provocative tours, and performed Talmudic rituals in its courtyards, while the occupation soldiers prevented citizens from approaching the eastern area of ​​the mosque.

The blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque is exposed to settlers’ incursions on two shifts, morning and evening, with the exception of Friday and Saturday, in an occupation attempt to impose the temporal division in Al-Aqsa.

A former Israeli military commander admits that freedom of action in Lebanon's airspace has been affected, What is the reason?

The former commander of the Israeli Air Force, "Amikam Norkin" confirmed that the freedom to operate in Lebanon's airspace over the past year has been affected, and pointed out that Israeli overflights in Lebanon's skies have become less, which therefore means less intelligence information.

The former commander of the Israeli Air Force, Amikam Norkin, acknowledged for the first time that freedom of action in Lebanon's airspace had been affected over the past year.

This came in an exclusive interview with Norkin, which was broadcast in full by the official Kan channel on Thursday evening, a day after he officially ended his duties after five years as commander of the Israeli Air Force.

And on Monday, "Tomer Bar" took over the position of Air Force Commander instead of "Norkin", during an official ceremony at the air base "Tel Nof" (center), in the presence of Chief of Staff "Aviv Kochavi".

In the interview, Norkin said, for the first time, that "the freedom of the Israeli air force in Lebanon has been affected over the past year."

He added, "Currently, the number of flights is fewer, which also means less intelligence is obtained."

Norkin did not address the reason for the damage to the work of Israeli fighters and drones in the skies of Lebanon.

However, a report issued by the Israeli army late last year confirmed that the situation of the air force in Lebanon's airspace worsened "with the entry of air defense systems into the region."

Commenting on Norkin's words in the interview, Kan channel said: "About a year ago, Hezbollah fired an anti-aircraft missile at an Israeli drone, and it almost hit it."

She added, "In Israel, they realized that Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah decided this time to use part of the surprises that he is keen to keep for wartime, also during normal days, and in practice, the Israeli drones are under the threat of missiles."

During the interview, Norkin was asked about the possibility of an attack on Iran, and whether the Israeli Air Force was able to destroy Iran's nuclear facilities, but he did not give a definitive answer to this question, according to the same source.

On more than one occasion, Israeli officials threatened to launch a military attack on Iran, which they accuse of seeking to produce nuclear weapons, while Tehran says its program is designed for peaceful purposes.
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