Israeli occupation prevents raising Al-Maghrib call to prayer in Al-Aqsa Mosque

The Israeli occupation forces prevented the Maghrib call to prayer this day in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, for the first time since the occupation of Jerusalem, according to what was reported by the media advisor to the governor of Jerusalem, Marouf Al-Rifai.

The occupation forces had intensified their military measures in the occupied city of Jerusalem and its old town, and turned it into a military barracks, under the pretext of securing the settlement “flag march” that stormed the Damascus Gate area, one of the most famous gates of the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, this evening, with the participation of thousands of settlers.

Today, about 824 settlers stormed the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque in the form of successive groups, including ministers in the far-right government and members of the Israeli Knesset. And in front of the Dome of the Rock before they left the courtyards on the side of Bab al-Silsilah.

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