Israel installed spy cameras in al-Aqsa Mosque
They said this procedure provokes the Muslims’ feelings and represents a blatant assault on the powers of the Islamic Endowments, to be added to the occupation’s other violations; including the seizure of the Mughrabi Gate key since 1967 and the historical Tankaziya School since 1969.
The Supreme Islamic Council and the Council of Endowments and Ifta House stressed in a joint statement on Wednesday that al-Aqsa Mosque’s affairs are within the powers of the Islamic Endowments, and that any Israeli interference in the mosque’s affairs represents an unacceptable and illegal assault.
The statement demanded the Israeli occupation authorities to remove the spy cameras, and to return the Mughrabi Gate key and the Tankaziya School to the Islamic Endowments.
It also denounced the arrest of worshipers and the repeated incursions into al-Aqsa by extremist Jewish settlers, stressing that the Muslims around the world will never give up any part of al-Aqsa Mosque.