Israelis storm Al-Aqsa, West Bank
Under heavy security from the occupation police, dozens of settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the occupation forces continue their heavy military reinforcements in the mosque and the Old City.
Dozens of settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque Thursday under heavy security from the Israeli occupation police.
According to local sources, extremist settler Yehudah Glick, who is known for his work, enabling settlers to pray in Al-Aqsa Mosque, stormed the mosque from the Morocco Gate and carried out provocative tours in its courtyards before leaving it through Alsilsila Gate.
صور | اقتحام المستوطنين لباحات المسجد #الأقصى صباح اليوم. pic.twitter.com/r1sMsoDD3A— المقدسي للإعلام (@AlmakdesyMedia) June 3, 2021
مستوطنون يجرون مقابلات صحفية في باحات المسجد الأقصى المبارك pic.twitter.com/ZOx3DToj17— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) June 3, 2021
The occupation forces continue their strict military reinforcements in Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City to provide protection for the settlers that are storming the mosque.
The occupation forces are imposing strict security measures on Jerusalemites and the Palestinians of the interior while the occupation forces are deployed in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque and its roads, especially along the path of the storming.
Jerusalemite calls to gather, move, and station in Al-Aqsa mosque at all times and every day of the week to protect it from the Israeli plans, deter the extremists, and thwart settlement and Judaization plans.
Calls For a Day of Rage
The Palestinian resistance factions called for a Day of Rage in the West Bank, Al-Quds (occupied Jerusalem), and the occupied interior. They called on the Palestinians to march towards contact lines and escalate against settlers in response to the Al-Aqsa storming and the continuous attacks by the settlers.
The factions considered that "settlers going back to storming Al-Aqsa, desecrating it daily, and attacking the Palestinians, calls for an escalation of the intifada (uprising) in all its forms and tools, and a clash at all points of contact with the enemy army and the criminal Zionist settlers."
Hundreds of settlers stormed "Kifl Haris," West Bank, protected by the Israeli occupation forces, to perform "Talmudic rituals" in Islamic sites.
Citizens reported that the occupation forces intensified their presence and military restrictions at the main entrance to secure the movement of settlers inside.
In Ramallah, on Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces continued their violations against the Palestinians, their sanctities, and their property.
The Ministry of Health announced Wednesday the death of Fadi Sadiq Musa Washha, 34, from Birzeit, north of Ramallah, after the occupation shot him two weeks ago at the northern entrance to the city of Al-Bireh.
If you took nothing out of what happened to Palestinians recently, at-least take, save & remember this:#Fadiwashha bleeding to nearly death while Israeli soldiers that shot him, forbid medical assistance from reaching him. They literally “chat” as he bleeds. 🇵🇸#فادي_وشحة pic.twitter.com/tr6Ftp8jYT— Ala Hamdan • الاء حمدان (@AlaHamdann) June 2, 2021
من زفة الشهيد فادي وشحة بجامعة بيرزيت . pic.twitter.com/sBhQz6UDr6— Ibraheem (@ibraheemkun) June 3, 2021
Eyewitnesses reported that the occupation forces stormed the village, attacked the civilians in a barbaric manner, and attacked everyone they found in front of it.
The occupation forces closed the Huwara and Beit Furik checkpoints, south and east of Nablus, from both directions.