Al-Aqsa Mosque inversions
About 1,200 Israeli settlers led by extremist Rabbi Yehuda Glick, broke into the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday with intensive protection from the Israeli occupation forces, according to media official in Jerusalem.
Today's incursions follow the call of the so-called "Temple organizations" on the occasion of what they called "Jerusalem Day" or "Unification of Jerusalem.
These raids will follow from the late afternoon to the late hours of the night accompanied with Israeli dancing flags around the gates of the Old City and the al-Aqsa Mosque in the midst of a comprehensive closure of several main streets and roads in the city of Jerusalem protected with occupation forces.
According to locals, Israeli forces attacked and humiliated worshipers while injuring some and detaining others.
Meanwhile, Israeli forces imposed a strict military siege on dozens of worshipers inside the mosque, noting that the occupation forces prevented worshipers from entering the mosque.
At the same time, occupation forces attacked the guard of the Aqsa Mosque, Khalil al-Tarhouni, brutally beating him on the head and not allow the paramedics to provide him medical treatment for more than one hour.