Sheikh Sabri: Buraq Wall is a part of Al-Aqsa Mosque
Sheikh Dr. Ikrima Sa’id Sabri, head of the Supreme Islamic Council and the Al Aqsa Mosque preacher, stressed that the western wall of Al Aqsa Mosque was not and will never be a Jewish property.
Sheikh Sabri said in a press statement on Wednesday that the Israeli Prime Minister’s remarks about the western wall of Al Aqsa Mosque “contrast with the facts and history,” stressing that the western wall, including the Buraq Wall is an integral part of the Al Aqsa Mosque.
Dr. Sabri pointed out that the United Nations acknowledged in 1930 that the Western Wall is an Islamic waqf.
He confirmed that Al-Aqsa Mosque “is a red line” and that the repeated break-ins by Jewish extremists into the Mosque under the protection of the Israeli occupation police “will not give them any right in Al Aqsa.”
Meanwhile, Al Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage reported that around 80 elements from the Israeli occupation intelligence service have stormed the Al Aqsa Mosque this week and have organized tours in its different parts.
The foundation warned in a statement on Wednesday that the repetition of such break-ins, at this pace, “carries dangerous signals, included in the occupation plans to intensify targeting Al-Aqsa.”
Groups of Israelis have announced this week the formation of a youth movement, which calls for intensifying the raids into Al Aqsa mosque and performing Jewish rituals in its yards, as a step towards building the alleged Temple.
According to the Al Aqsa Foundation, the continuous monitoring shows an increase in the number of the Israeli intelligence elements who have been breaking into the Al Aqsa Mosque during the recent weeks, and organizing exploratory tours all over it, under the protection of special units.