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Clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque: Further violent clashes at Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem, police entered mosque premises and arrested over 350 people



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A large number of protesters had barricaded themselves inside the mosque
Allegations about the police – In the morning there was an attack on those reading Najaz in the mosque
The police forced their way into the mosque to control the riots

Al-Aqsa Mosque clash in Jerusalem: In Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, news of clashes between Israeli police and protesters once again comes to the fore. The Al-Aqsa Mosque is known as the holiest site in Judaism, i.e. the Jewish Temple Mount and incidents of conflict have been highlighted in recent years. In the midst of this latest protest and struggle, so far more than 350 people have been arrested.

Israeli police arrested more than 350 people in the early hours of Wednesday following clashes at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, according to an Israel Police spokesman.

Police were accused of assaulting worshipers at the mosque on Wednesday morning, according to the AFP news agency. In this regard, police said more than 350 people locked themselves inside the mosque in the Old City of East Jerusalem, annexed by Israel, and became violent. All these measures were taken to control these riots.

All these masked people had locked them inside the mosque with sticks etc. as well as rocks and fireworks. These were considered as people suspected of polluting them. Police say they entered the mosque to eliminate “agitators” with fireworks, sticks and stones. The skirmish became more intense on this action.

Police say several rounds of talks were held with the protesters, but even after efforts they did not take a positive stance. It was only after that, with the intention of allowing Fajr (dawn) prayers and preventing violent disturbances, that all these people had to force their way into the premises to get them out.

Police say the rioters who damaged and desecrated the mosque have been arrested. However, the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas called this police action an example of an unprecedented crime.

The police statement said that when the police entered, stones were thrown at them and a large group of protesters set off fireworks from inside the mosque. The Palestinians who govern the Gaza Strip had called for a collective visit to the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Meanwhile, during the month of Ramadan, thousands of Muslim worshipers come to Al-Aqsa Mosque to offer prayers.

Al-Aqsa Mosque is known as the holiest site in Judaism, i.e. the Jewish Temple Mount. Violent clashes and fighting have broken out in recent years. The latest violence was seen after the end of Ramzan’s half. The Jews are preparing to celebrate their Passover holiday from Wednesday evening.

Meanwhile, Israeli police also released video footage in which masked protesters barricaded themselves inside the mosque with fireworks, sticks and rocks. He seems to be throwing crackers and rocks.

In another video, riot police are seen advancing along the mosque through shields amidst bursts of firecrackers. The footage then shows a barricaded door and boxes of firecrackers on a carpet on the floor. In addition, the police take out at least 5 people, whose hands are tied behind their backs.

Following the announcement of the truce in Al-Aqsa, several rockets were fired from the northern Gaza Strip into Israeli territory, according to AFP journalists and eyewitnesses. The Israeli army reported sounding rocket warning sirens in several Israeli urban centers around the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli military says five rockets fired from the Gaza Strip were intercepted by an air defense system around Sordot in southern Israel, and four more fell in uninhabited areas. In other words, a total of 9 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip. In response, Israeli warplanes then attacked two Hamas weapons manufacturing sites in the central Gaza Strip. These airstrikes were followed by new rockets fired from the Gaza Strip and at around 06:15 (0415 GMT), Israeli planes launched new strikes on the area. No casualties were reported in the first attack.

During this fight, dozens of protesters in Gaza initially stood in the streets overnight and demonstrated by burning tires. He said that we take an oath to protect and safeguard the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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