Tens of thousands of Muslim believers barricaded themselves in the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday night, gathering stones in preparation to confront Israeli security.
Hundreds were wounded in clashes at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, the Israeli newspaper Haraz reported Monday.
The Arab Red Crescent Rescue Service reported that there were hundreds of wounded in the besieged mosque, where the Muslim faithful were holed up.
Fifty wounded people have been taken to hospitals in East Jerusalem, while others are being cared for in makeshift care facilities set up in mosques. The spokesman for the Red Crescent, Mamoun Abbasi, said that many Palestinians were seriously injured in clashes with the Israeli police and the police prevent medical personnel from entering the Temple Mount. On Monday, local media reported that more clashes were taking place in the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem and feared more unrest on Monday in Jerusalem Day, when Israelis celebrate the Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem in 1967. Tens of thousands of Muslim believers barricaded in the mosque on Sunday evening, and collected stones Preparing to confront Israeli security. Israeli riot police stormed the Temple Mount on Monday morning and used massive weapons, smoke bombs, tear gas and rubber bullets to fight the mosque, which is believed to be the third holiest place in Islam after Mecca, Medina and Al-Aqsa. Capricorn is a news portal for Ahronoth newspaper. According to the Ynet website, there are around eight thousand on Monday morning in Al-Aqsa and the nearby mosques. As a precaution, the police prevented Jews from visiting the Temple Mount, as right-wing groups have been walking in the morning in recent years on Jerusalem Day, the anniversary of the occupation of the Old City. Dozens of Israeli right-wing nationalists demanded that he accept him at the gates. Among them was Itamar Ben Gvir, the head of the Jewish forces (Ocma Yehudit), a highly nationalist and anti-Arab party that follows the teachings of the infamous Rabbi Meir Kahane, who entered the Israeli parliament in the March 23 elections as one of the leaders of a party called the Religious Zionists. Itamar Ben Gvir has stated that he will not participate in the protest vote this week after his morning visit to Jerusalem Day which was not permitted at the site of the former Jewish shrine, which was demolished in AD 70, on the Temple Mount. At night, the head of the Israeli and American National Security Councils had a telephone conversation in which Meir Ben Sabat denied the concerns of his American colleague, Jake Sullivan, and his demand to restore calm to the Biden government and other members of the international community. The Jerusalem Crisis.
– Israel deals with the events in Jerusalem on the basis of sovereignty and responsibility, regardless of Palestinian provocations, and if the United States and the international community want to help restore peace, then it must pressure the instigators from the Palestinian side.
Meir bin Sabat said.
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