Aqsa Foundation: Israeli intents to establish Talmudic prayers in al-Aqsa

[ PIC 26/09/2012 – 07:37 PM ]

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowments and Heritage said, in a statement on Tuesday afternoon, that the Israeli occupation is desecrating these days the Islamic sanctities in Jerusalem and al-Aqsa mosque through organizing several Judaizing events and activities.

The foundation added that these Israeli practices came under the pretext of performing biblical and Talmudic rituals during the so-called Holiday Season.

The Foundation called on the Palestinian Arab and Islamic community to save al-Aqsa mosque from the Israeli Judaization plans.

Al-Aqsa Foundation confirmed that Israeli groups intend to perform Talmudic prayers concerning the alleged temple on Wednesday during the so-called Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) at the court house opposite Bab al-Silsila of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

This Jewish ritual was launched by the Rabbi “Goren” since 1967, and held twice per year on “Yom Kippur”, and on the anniversary of the destruction of the Temple according to Hebrew sources

The court house is the building of the Sharia Court and the Tankazi School Mosque adjacent to the Aqsa Mosque. This School and Mosque were built by the Mumluki Governor of Greater Syria in 1328, the Foundation stated. The Israeli occupation took the building over in 1967 and used as a military post, until a few years ago when they converted part of it to a synagogue.


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