Tel Aviv: Large numbers of Jews marched through the heart of the ancient city before the controversial Jewish nationalist march, while Israeli police cordoned off Palestinians in the compound of Al-Aqsa Mosque. Israeli security forces also barred Palestinian journalists and photographers from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque.
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Hum News quoted the British news agency Reuters as saying that the annual occupation of the ancient city of Israel was celebrated during the 1967 Middle East war, with thousands of participants marching through the narrow stone streets of the city. I chanted slogans.
Earlier, Palestinians warned that a flag-waving parade in the city could heal their old wounds. That is why there has been tension for the last several days.
According to the prestigious broadcaster Al Jazeera, Israeli forces occupied the roof of the prayer hall on Sunday morning and surrounded the worshipers so that the settlers could be provided a route without any resistance.
Al Jazeera journalist Najwan Sumri said that the Israelis had stopped Palestinian journalists and photographers from going to Al-Aqsa Mosque and threatened to arrest them.
According to media reports, rubber bullets were fired at Palestinian protesters in the corridor to disperse them. According to media reports, 10 people were injured.
According to the International News Agency, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society said that the settlers also attacked the ambulance in the city while it was trying to reach the wounded in the neighborhood of Al-Wad.
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According to the news agency, about a dozen Jewish pilgrims dressed in religious attire smiled, sang and applauded as protesters approached, while other Jews were seen holding Israeli flags.
Bassim Naeem, a senior Hamas leader, told the British News Agency that the Israeli government would be held accountable for all its irresponsible policies.
According to the news agencies, the people of Israel consider the whole of Prussia as their eternal and indivisible capital, while the Palestinians see the eastern part as the future of their capital.
For Palestinians, Sunday’s march is one of the few places in the city that is being insulted and violated, and is increasingly being affected by Jewish development and resettlement.
Clashes broke out between Palestinians and Israeli police on the grounds of Al-Aqsa Mosque (April) during the month of Ramadan. Muslims were outraged by the growing number of Jewish pilgrims around the mosque. Al-Zaira’s female reporter was also shot dead by Israeli security forces in recent days.
Al-Aqsa Mosque is the third holiest mosque for Muslims and is revered by Jews because of the Temple Mount.
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Sunday’s procession is to end at the western wall, where the synagogue is located, under the Al-Aqsa Mosque.