Israeli settlers breaking into the Al-Aqsa on the 28th of Ramadan

Israeli settlers breaking into the Al-Aqsa on the 28th of Ramadan
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The so- called "Temple Groups" announced its intention to disapprove the decision of the Israeli authorities of preventing them from the storming of Al Aqsa Mosque by the settlers on June the 2nd which marks the 28th of Ramadan, according to the Islamic calendar. "Temple groups" claim that it concur with the so-called "Jerusalem Day" (the anniversary of the two parts unification holy city).

 

It called on the "temple groups" to rescind the decision immediately and claimed that it would "mobilize thousands to confront and break into the Al-Aqsa on the same day.

 

One of the extremists in these groups petitioned the High Court of Justice to overturn the decision and said they were "ready for war to break into Al-Aqsa on that day."

 

In the context, the "Temple Groups" announced its intention to communicate with Knesset members to pressure Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a new government to allow them to storm the Al-Aqsa on 28 Ramadan.

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