Al-Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and heritage confirmed in a statement that a group of 30 Israeli officers, in their military uniforms, stormed on Sunday al-Aqsa Mosque, from the Mughrabi Gate and remained there for over an hour.
These groups received instructions and explanations in different parts of al-Aqsa Mosque, and they had deliberately taken collective and individual photos in the Mosque and its different buildings.
Meanwhile, about 11 Jewish settlers stormed al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday morning, led by a “rabbi” known for his activity calling for the demolition of al-Aqsa Mosque and the construction of the alleged temple on its ruins.
Al-Aqsa Foundation said that the occupation is continuing to violate the sanctity of al-Aqsa Mosque, as it deliberately allows thousands of foreign tourists to enter it in large groups, and provides protection to them during their tours in its courtyards and during their violation to its sanctity.
The foundation noted that about 2500 foreign tourists stormed al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday morning and afternoon.
The media spokesman for al-Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage, Mahmoud Abu Atta, said in a press statement on Monday that “a group of settlers stormed the courtyards of al-Aqsa Mosque, today in the morning, accompanied by elements of the Israeli police.”
For its part, Imarat al-Aqsa organization has published this morning a photo of one of the settlers who stormed al-Aqsa today, while he was performing Talmudic rituals in the Mosque’s courtyards.