For the fourth day, the occupation forces and settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque

For the fourth day, the occupation forces and settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque The Israeli occupation forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque continues for the fourth consecutive day. To allow settlers to enter the courtyards of the mosque, coinciding with the days of Easter.  For the fourth consecutive day, Israeli police on Wednesday stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem, before Israeli settlers stormed it.  Eyewitnesses said that dozens of Israeli policemen stormed the mosque and spread out in its courtyards, shortly before the settlers' incursions began.  The police forced the Muslim worshipers to completely evacuate the mosque's courtyards, before they began facilitating the settlers' intrusion into it through groups of dozens of people.  Hundreds of settlers have stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque on a daily basis, since last Sunday, coinciding with the Jewish Passover holiday, which began last Friday evening, and continues until Thursday.  The Israeli police imposed restrictions on the entry of Palestinian youths to Al-Aqsa Mosque to perform the dawn prayer.  Eyewitnesses said that the Israeli police deployed at the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque to prevent worshipers from returning and entering the mosque again.  Witnesses indicated that dozens of worshipers were in the roofed tribal chapel, and protested the intrusion by chanting, "With our souls and blood, we will redeem you, O Aqsa," as they knocked hard on the large wooden doors of the chapel.   Erdogan: We will not turn a blind eye to the attacks on Al-Aqsa despite relations with Israel During his participation in the parliamentary bloc meeting of the "Justice and Development Party" in Parliament, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed his country's firm position on the Palestinian issue. He noted that Turkish-Israeli relations fall within the framework of defending this issue.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday that Ankara's relations with Israel are to defend the Palestinian cause.  This came in a speech he delivered during his participation in the meeting of the parliamentary bloc of the "Justice and Development Party" in the Turkish Parliament in the capital, Ankara.  Erdogan said: "It is clear that the means to defend the Palestinian cause pass through the establishment of a logical and balanced relationship with Israel."  However, he added, "However, this does not mean that we will turn a blind eye to persecution and attacks on our sanctities, we will never agree to that."  He added, "The steps we are taking regarding our political and economic relations with Israel are one thing, and the issue of Jerusalem is another."  The Turkish president stressed, "No Muslim can abandon the Palestinian cause, and our Ottoman ancestors did their best to protect Palestine and Jerusalem."   He continued, "Even if the whole world remains silent, we will continue our stance to protect the cause of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque with the loudest voice."  On the "claw-lock" operation launched by Turkey on Monday in northern Iraq, Erdogan stressed that the goal of the operation was to purify Iraqi lands from the domination of the PKK terrorist organization and to ensure the security of Turkey's borders.  He pointed out that terrorist organizations are no longer able to carry out any work inside Turkey, because the Turkish security authorities have largely prevented infiltrations and escapes across the border.

The Israeli occupation forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque continues for the fourth consecutive day. To allow settlers to enter the courtyards of the mosque, coinciding with the days of Easter.

For the fourth consecutive day, Israeli police on Wednesday stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem, before Israeli settlers stormed it.

Eyewitnesses said that dozens of Israeli policemen stormed the mosque and spread out in its courtyards, shortly before the settlers' incursions began.

The police forced the Muslim worshipers to completely evacuate the mosque's courtyards, before they began facilitating the settlers' intrusion into it through groups of dozens of people.

Hundreds of settlers have stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque on a daily basis, since last Sunday, coinciding with the Jewish Passover holiday, which began last Friday evening, and continues until Thursday.

The Israeli police imposed restrictions on the entry of Palestinian youths to Al-Aqsa Mosque to perform the dawn prayer.

Eyewitnesses said that the Israeli police deployed at the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque to prevent worshipers from returning and entering the mosque again.

Witnesses indicated that dozens of worshipers were in the roofed tribal chapel, and protested the intrusion by chanting, "With our souls and blood, we will redeem you, O Aqsa," as they knocked hard on the large wooden doors of the chapel.


Erdogan: We will not turn a blind eye to the attacks on Al-Aqsa despite relations with Israel
During his participation in the parliamentary bloc meeting of the "Justice and Development Party" in Parliament, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed his country's firm position on the Palestinian issue. He noted that Turkish-Israeli relations fall within the framework of defending this issue.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday that Ankara's relations with Israel are to defend the Palestinian cause.

This came in a speech he delivered during his participation in the meeting of the parliamentary bloc of the "Justice and Development Party" in the Turkish Parliament in the capital, Ankara.

Erdogan said: "It is clear that the means to defend the Palestinian cause pass through the establishment of a logical and balanced relationship with Israel."

However, he added, "However, this does not mean that we will turn a blind eye to persecution and attacks on our sanctities, we will never agree to that."

He added, "The steps we are taking regarding our political and economic relations with Israel are one thing, and the issue of Jerusalem is another."

The Turkish president stressed, "No Muslim can abandon the Palestinian cause, and our Ottoman ancestors did their best to protect Palestine and Jerusalem."


He continued, "Even if the whole world remains silent, we will continue our stance to protect the cause of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque with the loudest voice."

On the "claw-lock" operation launched by Turkey on Monday in northern Iraq, Erdogan stressed that the goal of the operation was to purify Iraqi lands from the domination of the PKK terrorist organization and to ensure the security of Turkey's borders.

He pointed out that terrorist organizations are no longer able to carry out any work inside Turkey, because the Turkish security authorities have largely prevented infiltrations and escapes across the border.
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