WorldMasjid al-Aqsa raided 23 times in a month

Masjid al-Aqsa raided 23 times in a month


Due to Israel’s religious holidays and its constant prohibitions, the Masjid al-Aqsa was raided 23 times in September, while the call to prayer could not be recited in the Harem-i İbrahim Mosque in 80 times.

In the written statement made by the Palestinian Ministry of Foundations and Religious Affairs, obstructions and violations against the holy places under Israeli occupation were included.

In the statement, it was stated that “disrespect” was made by raiding the Masjid al-Aqsa 23 times in September, and it was emphasized that the call to prayer in the Harem-i İbrahim Mosque was prevented 80 times.

Pointing out that Israel increased its violations against the Masjid al-Aqsa and the Harem-i İbrahim Mosque by using Jewish holidays as an excuse, the statement said that the fanatic Jews who participated in the raid held various rituals.

Violations against Harem-i İbrahim Mosque and Masjid al-Aqsa

Due to the “ban” imposed by Israel, since 1994, evening and night prayers have not been called on Fridays, morning, noon, afternoon and evening prayers on Saturdays, and evening prayers on other days have not been said.

Apart from this, Israel does not allow adhan to be called on some days, using Jewish holidays as an excuse.

The raid of the Jews on Masjid al-Aqsa began in 2003 with the unilateral decision of the Israeli police.

Despite all the efforts of the Jerusalem Islamic Foundations Administration, which is under the Jordanian Ministry of Foundations and Islamic Affairs, the Israeli authorities insist on continuing the raids.

Fanatic Jews, accompanied by Israeli police, enter the courtyard of the Haram-i-Sharif through the Al-Magaribe Gate on the southwest wall of Masjid al-Aqsa twice a day, in the morning and in the afternoon.

Al-Aqsa Mosque, located in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem, is the first qibla for Muslims.

Jews are conducting excavations under the Masjid al-Aqsa Complex, which includes the Kibla Masjid and the Kubbetu’s Sahara Mosque, as well as a museum, madrasahs and a large courtyard, claiming that “the ruins of the Temple of Solomon are found”. claims to have rights.

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