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The Foreign Ministry condemned the ongoing attacks by Israeli security forces on the Masjid al-Aqsa and demanded that these attacks cease as soon as possible.

In a written statement from the Ministry, it was pointed out that the Israeli security forces had violated the sanctity of Harem-i Sharif despite all appeals from the international community.

“We expect these attacks to end as soon as possible,” Israeli security forces condemned the continued intervention of Palestinian civilians who worshiped Al-Aqsa Mosque using sound bombs and force. expression was used.

The statement called for an end to attacks by racist Jewish groups and security forces on the Masjid al-Aqsa and called for necessary measures to be taken to prevent racist groups from entering the Harem. -i Sharif.

It was recalled that the painful events that continued throughout the month of Ramadan in East Jerusalem and the West Bank have once again revealed the importance of placing Palestinian civilians under international protection as part of the decisions of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation and the United Nations General Council. Assembly, which were accepted under Turkish leadership in 2018. “The only way to prevent this incident and others like it in the occupied territories is to hold Israel accountable for these actions on the international stage,” said the communicated. statements have been included.

THE INTERVENTION OF THE ISRAEL POLICE

Thousands of Palestinians, who performed their morning prayers at Masjid-i Aqsa in the Old City of East Jerusalem, staged a protest by bringing takbirs to the courtyard of Masjid al-Aqsa after the prayer.

After the protest, Palestinians began guarding the Masjid al-Aqsa in order to prevent the raid by fanatical Jews. The Palestinians, who erected barricades in parts of Harem-i Sharif, declared that they would not leave here and often chanted “Our soul, our blood is sacrificed for you”.

Israeli police, who attacked the Masjid al-Aqsa, intervened with the Palestinians with tear gas, plastic bullets and stun grenades.

Fanatical Jews celebrate the anniversary of the Six Day War of 1967, when Israel invaded East Jerusalem, according to the Hebrew calendar, on “Jerusalem Day”.

Organizations formed by these people have launched raid appeals to the Masjid al-Aqsa because of “Jerusalem Day” which coincided with the dates of May 9-10 this year.

Sheikh Omer al-Kisvani, the director of the Masjid-i Aqsa Foundation, called for help from the speakers of Harem-i Sharif to the Islamic world.

In a written statement from the Palestinian Red Crescent on the matter, it was stated that the number of injured had risen to 331 during the attacks by the Israeli police in Aksa, including people seriously injured.

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