The Israeli government restricts the entry of Palestinians to Al-Aqsa Mosque – Crown Prince Radio

The chauvinistic Israeli government continues to do everything in its power to disempower the Palestinians. This time, the entrance of Palestinian men to the Al-Aqsa Mosque will be fully regulated, and all this in the month of Ramadan.

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All of this affects men between the ages of 45 and 55 the most, meaning they cannot enter the mosque in Jerusalem without special permission, but other measures have been taken as well. Israel recently announced that it will now restrict the entry of Palestinians into the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the month of Ramadan, and this does not only apply to women and boys under the age of 12 and men over the age of 55.

Major General Ghassan Elayan explained in a statement released on Monday that the restriction severely affects men between the ages of 45 and 55, which means they cannot enter the mosque in Jerusalem without permission.

He then added that during the month of Ramadan, the opening hours at crossings in the West Bank will be extended, and in addition, the exact number of women over 50 and men over 55 can enter the mosque from Sunday to Thursday. .

Next, the general also touched on the fact that a “security clearance” is now also required for Palestinians living in the West Bank to visit their relatives, or for foreigners to visit their relatives in certain areas.

In recent months, tensions in the West Bank have continued to escalate after Israeli forces carried out more and more attacks, killing four Palestinians, including a boy. Recently, it was also revealed that Egypt will host the Israeli-Palestinian talks.

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