Quiet Judaization steps in Aqsa Mosque

[ PIC 06/09/2012 – 09:51 PM ]


OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Al-Aqsa Foundation for the Waqf and heritage called on the Arab and Islamic countries to organize as much events as possible to support Al-Aqsa mosque and to address the occupation attacks against the mosque and the entire city of Jerusalem.

The Foundation called, in a statement on Wednesday, on all the Arab and Islamic Nation to show their support for Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa through continuous activities that keep the Aqsa and Jerusalem present in conscience of the Ummah.

Al-Aqsa Foundation also called on Jerusalemites to intensify their presence permanently in Al-Aqsa mosque to protect it from the Israeli violations and settlers’ attacks.

The Foundation noted that the Israeli occupation adopts quiet Judaization steps in the Aqsa Mosque and seeks to make Al-Aqsa mosque plazas public.

The Foundation confirmed that the Foundation for the Architecture of Al-Aqsa and Holy Places documented Israeli settlers and tourists’ violations against the holy Aqsa mosque.

The Foundation pointed out that 80 Israeli soldiers have broken into the mosque on Tuesday, in addition to Israeli intelligence elements.

The settler groups’ daily storming of the mosque, where they practice biblical and Talmudic rituals, came in light of a serious Israeli scheme to consider Al-Aqsa mosque’s yards as public yards.

Al-Aqsa Foundation’s statement stressed that Al-Aqsa mosque and all its parts are only an Islamic sacred place of worship.

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