Settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque courtyard
Al-Mayadeen correspondent reports that the extremist “Yehudah Glick” stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of the occupation police.
Al-Mayadeen correspondent reported today, Tuesday, that extremist "Yehudah Glick" stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of the occupation police, noting that Glick's attack comes amid great tension hours before the settlers' flags march in Jerusalem.
Our correspondent also pointed out that the occupation backed its police forces in Jerusalem with 2,500 recruits in anticipation of an uprising outbreaking in Bab al-Amud.
المستوطن "إيهودا غليك" يقتحم باحات #المسجد_الأقصى بحماية قوات الاحتلال، صباح اليوم. pic.twitter.com/SvEILGvBhC— قناة الكوفية Alkofiya Tv (@alkofiyatv) June 15, 2021
Settlers continue to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of the occupation police and dozens of settlers stormed the courtyards of the Al-Haram Al-Sharif, carrying out provocative marches.
For his part, the Israeli Minister of Internal Security decided to assess the situation around the flags march route today.
In parallel, the US embassy in occupied Jerusalem warned its employees to be cautious against the backdrop of holding what "Israel" calls a "flag march" today.
Israeli Army Radio added that the embassy asked its employees to refrain from entering the Old City and to cancel all their activities in Jerusalem.
And the Israeli media had referred to “the reinforcement of air defense systems, including the Iron Dome batteries” in many occupied areas, “fear of Hamas shooting against the backdrop of the flags march in Jerusalem tomorrow.”
This comes in conjunction with the Israeli Minister of Internal Security, Omer Bar-Lev's decision to hold the flag march today, Tuesday, in the path that was previously approved.
Massive Arrests in the West Bank
In the West Bank, the occupation forces launched a massive campaign of arrests, especially west of Jenin, where they arrested several Palestinians from the towns of Yamoun and Al-Arqa, west of Jenin, including the Secretary of the Fatah Movement.
The Palestinians had countered the attacks of the occupation and its settlers near the outpost established on Jabal Subaih in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli cabinet decided to hold the Israeli flags march within the framework of an agreement with the Israeli police and the organizers of the march.
In response to it, the Follow-up Committee of the National and Islamic Forces in Palestine announced that today, Wednesday, is a day of anger.
The Israeli occupation had earlier canceled a flag march, earlier in occupied Jerusalem, after the Palestinian resistance warned that the Israeli occupation would allow settlers to organize a "Flags March" and pass through the Bab Al-Amoud door in the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Al-Quds.
The Israeli occupation police canceled the flag march for the first time in Al-Quds, after the Palestinian resistance launched rockets towards Al-Quds, in implementation of its promise if the occupation did not reverse its decision.