Israeli restrictions on worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque on the eve of the first Ramadan Israeli restrictions on worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque on the eve of the first Ramadan

Israeli restrictions on worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque on the eve of the first Ramadan

Israeli restrictions on worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque on the eve of the first Ramadan

This evening, Israeli forces imposed restrictions and restrictions on Palestinian worshipers, who are trying to enter Al-Aqsa Mosque to perform the first Tarawih prayer on the eve of the beginning of the month of Ramadan.

The video showed crowds of worshipers, men and women, in one of the streets next to Al-Aqsa Mosque, standing and waiting to pass through the road that was completely closed by the Israeli police.

On Sunday, large Israeli police forces were deployed in the vicinity of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, fearing the outbreak of violent unrest with the start of the month of Ramadan, according to Israeli media.

Channel 12 reported that worshipers will head to Al-Aqsa Mosque this evening to perform the first Tarawih prayer on the eve of the beginning of the month of Ramadan.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced earlier that “entry of worshipers to Al-Aqsa Mosque will be available during the first week of Ramadan , without change from previous years.” He added, "The situation will be evaluated weekly in terms of security and safety aspects, and that decisions will be taken accordingly."

Netanyahu did not clarify the condition Al-Aqsa was in during previous years or the numbers allowed to enter it, nor did he clarify the situation of West Bank Palestinians and whether they would be allowed to enter Jerusalem and pray at Al-Aqsa.

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  1. Channel 12 reported that worshipers will head to Al-Aqsa Mosque this evening to perform the first Tarawih prayer on the eve of the beginning of the month of Ramadan.

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