The Grand Mufti of Oman condemns "failure" to support the Palestinian people and protect the holy sites

The Grand Mufti of Oman condemns "failure" to support the Palestinian people and protect the holy sites Sheikh Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili, the Grand Mufti of Oman, condemned the "failure" to support the Palestinian people, against the backdrop of the continuous Israeli attacks against the Palestinians and Islamic sanctities.  Sheikh Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili, the Grand Mufti of Oman, condemned the "failure" to support the Palestinian people, against the backdrop of the continuous Israeli attacks against the Palestinians and Islamic sanctities.  Al-Khalili said in a statement published on his official account on Twitter: "We are surprised and puzzled by this weakness that included the Islamic nation, especially the Arabs, in support of their brothers (the Palestinian people)."   And he added: "Instead of blowing like the wind to support their brethren who are stationed in souls and money, and to purify these sanctities of abominations, they bowed to servility and humiliation, and accepted humiliation for themselves."  The Grand Mufti of Oman denounced the haste of some, he did not name, “to the breakfast table with the enemy, to obtain from them abundant luck, as if they are spoils that cannot be compensated.”  Regarding the Jerusalemites’ response to the Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque, Al-Khalili said: “We are also pleased and admire the heroic stance taken by the Al-Mourabitoun in Al-Quds Al-Sharif to protect it from desecration by the abomination of the Zionist occupation.

Sheikh Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili, the Grand Mufti of Oman, condemned the "failure" to support the Palestinian people, against the backdrop of the continuous Israeli attacks against the Palestinians and Islamic sanctities.

Sheikh Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili, the Grand Mufti of Oman, condemned the "failure" to support the Palestinian people, against the backdrop of the continuous Israeli attacks against the Palestinians and Islamic sanctities.

Al-Khalili said in a statement published on his official account on Twitter: "We are surprised and puzzled by this weakness that included the Islamic nation, especially the Arabs, in support of their brothers (the Palestinian people)."

And he added: "Instead of blowing like the wind to support their brethren who are stationed in souls and money, and to purify these sanctities of abominations, they bowed to servility and humiliation, and accepted humiliation for themselves."

The Grand Mufti of Oman denounced the haste of some, he did not name, “to the breakfast table with the enemy, to obtain from them abundant luck, as if they are spoils that cannot be compensated.”

Regarding the Jerusalemites’ response to the Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque, Al-Khalili said: “We are also pleased and admire the heroic stance taken by the Al-Mourabitoun in Al-Quds Al-Sharif to protect it from desecration by the abomination of the Zionist occupation.

Settlers storm Al-Aqsa, and the occupation police clear it of worshipers

Today, Monday, Israeli settlers began storming the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem, guarded by the Israeli occupation police, who began evacuating them from worshipers in preparation for facilitating the settlers' storming of the mosque.

Anadolu Agency, quoting eyewitnesses, reported that dozens of policemen were deployed in the mosque's courtyards, shortly before the settlers' incursions began.

The police forced the worshipers to completely evacuate the mosque's courtyards before they began allowing settlers to storm it through groups of about 40 settlers each.

Dozens of Muslim worshipers inside the roofed tribal chapel protested the storming by chanting "God is great, praise be to God" and "With soul and blood, we will redeem you, O Aqsa."

While eyewitnesses told the agency that dozens of Israeli policemen stormed the mosque's courtyards, especially in front of the Qibli Mosque and the courtyard of the Dome of the Rock, and forced the worshipers to leave the mosque.

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

This is the second day in a row that the Israeli police force worshipers to evacuate Al-Aqsa Mosque before allowing settlers to storm the mosque.

Settlers storm the mosque's courtyards, under police guard, on all days of the week, except for Friday and Saturday.

The settlers' incursion this week is particularly sensitive, as it coincides with the Jewish Passover holiday, which began last Friday evening and continues until Thursday.

And called settlement groups to intensify the incursions during the Easter period.
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