Israel does not care about violating rights of others, including the desecration of religious sites
A couple of days ago, the Israeli Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel called for the Israeli Jewish settlers to raid Al-Aqsa Mosque in droves
Israeli occupation authorities banned Muslims from entering into Al-Aqsa Mosque and allowed more than 70 extremist settlers to desecrate it.
The ban was put in place in order to secure the raid of the Israeli Police Commander Yoram Levi along with tens of extremist settlers.
A couple of days ago, the Israeli Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel called for the Israeli Jewish settlers to raid Al-Aqsa Mosque in droves.
Sheikh Azzam Al-Khatib, director general of the Department of Islamic Endowments and Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, said the settlers entered the site through Al-Mughrabi Gate under security protection from Israel Police.
Al-Khatib said that the settlers had carried out provocative Talmudic rituals and tours of the courtyards.
Settler incursions of Al-Aqsa have increased in recent years with Israel providing security protection for those wishing to visit the Muslim site. A number of Muslim worshippers and Al-Aqsa guards have been jailed for protesting or trying to stop settlers entering the holy site.
(Source / 29.06.2017)