Israel formally upholds ‘precise and safe’ raging of Al-Aqsa Mosque
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett requested on Sunday Israeli occupation police to get “methodical and safe” raging of Al-Aqsa Mosque by Jewish pioneers, Israeli media announced.
After a gathering with the Israeli Public Security Minister Omer Bar-Lev and Police Commissioner Yaakov Shabtai to survey the pioneer assaults on Al-Aqsa Mosque in the early morning of today, Bennet concluded that pilgrims should keep raging the heavenly site, paying little heed to the strain it causes.
“The executive has trained to permit the methodical and safe ascendance of Jews to the Mount [Al-Aqsa Mosque] while maintaining control at the site,” the Prime Minister’s Office said.
Al-Aqsa Mosque is the third holiest spot for Muslims all over.
To stop the Israeli pioneer strikes on the sacred site, Muslim pioneers and legislators among the Palestinian people group in Israel, West Bank, and Gaza Strip have approached Palestinians to visit and remain at Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Jerusalem Post announced Ayala Ben-Gvir, spouse of extreme right Otzma Yehudit MK Itamar Ben-Gvir, as saying that “it is significant not exclusively to sit and cry yet to appear and go on the Temple Mount [Al-Aqsa Mosque].” She was among the pioneers who attacked the Mosque on Sunday morning.
“We are not in a state of banishment; we should think how to improve and represent sway and Jewish visits to this sacred spot,” she said. “Whoever controls the Temple Mount controls the Land of Israel completely, and this is the way we will run after control of this blessed and significant site.”
On Friday, the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement — Hamas — cautioned that Israel was “behaving recklessly” by permitting Jews to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque and walk in the Old City, focusing on that it would not remain quiet for an extended period of time the pilgrims’ animosity on the Mosque proceeds.