Lebanese President condemns Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa
Lebanese President Michel Aoun expresses his support for the Palestinian worshipers resisting the Israeli occupation attacks on Al-Aqsa and calls for pressure to stop these attacks.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun asserted on Wednesday that it is necessary to exert pressure to stop the attacks of the Israeli occupation forces on Al-Aqsa Mosque and worshipers praying in it.
In a tweet, Aoun said, "The Israeli occupation forces systematic attacks against Al-Aqsa Mosque, the worshipers in it, and other holy places in Al-Quds, will not change the identity of the holy city, and we must put pressure to stop them."
اعتداءات قوات الاحتلال الاسرائيلي الممنهجة على المسجد الاقصى والمصلّين فيه وحرمات أماكن العبادة في القدس لن تغير من هوية المدينة المقدسة، ولا بد من الضغط لوقفها.— General Michel Aoun (@General_Aoun) April 20, 2022
كل التضامن مع المقدسيين والفلسطينيين الصامدين بمواجهة محاولات تهويد الاقصى في انتهاك صارخ للقوانين والمواثيق الدولية
President Aoun expressed his support for Al-Quds citizens and Palestinians resisting the Judaization attempts of Al-Aqsa, calling it a flagrant violation of the international laws.
Israeli settlers storm Al-Aqsa courtyards for the 4th day in a row
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that Israeli settlers, backed by heavily armed Israeli occupation forces, entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque courtyards in occupied Al-Quds, making provocative tours for the fourth day in a row.
Earlier, the Israeli occupation police stormed the Al-Aqsa courtyard, forcing Palestinian worshipers out of the area, before they began facilitating the entry of groups of settlers, our correspondent added.
Our correspondent stressed that a group of Palestinians were able to stay inside the Al-Qibli prayer hall, despite the excessive use of force, including firing pepper gas and rubber-coated bullets at them.
Since early morning, the occupation police have been stationed in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa mosque, and have expelled Palestinians to secure the settlers' path.
Israeli media is talking about 1,000 Israeli policemen mobilized today in the Old City, Al-Haram Al-Qudsi, and Al-Buraq Square.
Dozens of Israeli settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque through Bab Al Maghariba, performed Talmudic rituals, and carried out provocative tours in its courtyards.
Our correspondent added that far-right Israeli groups continue to mobilize their supporters to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque during the "Passover sacrifice" festival and perform provocative tours in it.
This comes after a "rabbinical summit" held at Al-Aqsa to discuss the imposition of the Jewish "Passover" rituals and after calls from far-right rabbis and pledges from leaders of "Temple" groups to introduce the "Passover sacrifice" to Al-Aqsa.
It is noteworthy that the so-called Temple Mount movement announced a financial reward for those who carry out provocations in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa during the month of Ramadan.