Special TV report unveils Israel’s secret tunnels under Aqsa Mosque

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Al-Quds satellite channel on Thursday released a special video report on the network of secret tunnels beneath the Aqsa Mosque, providing further evidence of Israel’s intents to destroy the Islamic holy site and build the alleged temple on its ruins.

The televised report, titled “Secrets underneath the Aqsa Mosque, shows tunnels, rooms and gates, some of them closed, running under the Mosque compound and Palestinian neighborhoods in the Old City of Jerusalem.

The report contains serious information and footage confirming the presence of an underground Jewish city, where Israeli guards standing at its doors and guiding visitors to take certain routes and enter halls intended only for specific people.

Arab visitors to the underground city, however, are led to rooms, where they cannot see other sections of the place, the report says.

The footage also shows new diggings intended to connect the network of tunnels with each other as well as large gates believed to lead to other secret tunnels and rooms under the Mosque.

In the video, there are a synagogue under the Tankiziyya School at the Aqsa Mosque’s western wall, and plaques and signs bearing Hebrew names related to the alleged temple mount placed over the doors of tunnels.

The channel hosted Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, Arab Knesset members, experts, and a representative from the Jordanian Ministry of Awqaf to comment further on the information and footage that came in the report.

(Source / 18.03.2017)

 

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