Israeli gov’t to give go-ahead for ministers, MKs break-ins at al-Aqsa
Israel’s public security minister Gilad Erdan said Israeli Ministers and MKs will regain permission to break into the al-Aqsa Mosque, Haaretz reported Tuesday.
Erdan was quoted as stating that police will soon give a go-ahead for the Israeli ministers and MKs to visit the al-Aqsa Mosque and defile its plazas.
“The police think, based on its professional evaluation, that visits may be renewed under certain conditions, including that MKs give several hours advance notice,” said Erdan.
When visits are renewed, he added, attention must be paid to the timing, so that they don’t happen in a period of unrest and provoke more instability.
A ban on Israeli ministers and MKs has been in place for several months under the recommendations of the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu after tension has reached a peak in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Israeli fanatic settlers have, meanwhile, been forcing their way into the Mosque on a quasi-daily basis.
(Source / 23.11.2016)