Settlers continue their provoking acts
Settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque from the "Mughrabi Gate" and the occupation forces escalate their attacks against Palestinians.
The settlers continued their provoking acts against the Palestinians in the occupied territories, while the occupation forces increased their attacks.
This morning, Sunday morning, groups of settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the "Mughrabi Gate" under heavy security from the occupation forces.
Local sources reported that tens of settlers stormed the mosque's courtyards and carried out provocative tours before leaving from Bab al-Silsila. The Israeli occupation police also arrested eleven Palestinians from the town of Deir al-Assad in the occupied territories in 1948.
The occupation police claimed that "the arrests came after the events that took place in the town, which included assaulting policemen."
In the same context, local sources said that the events erupted after members of the "Border Guard" stormed a wedding party in the town, assaulting the participants and shooting in the air, which caused the injury of a person from the town, who were described as very serious.
Clashes erupted last Friday between the Israeli occupation police and Palestinian youths after the occupation forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Very violent clashes also took place between the occupation police and Palestinian youths at the junction of the town of Beita in Nablus, which led to the registration of about 47 bullet wounds, including head injuries and tear gas canisters, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent.