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Live coverage of Israel-Palestine: Police enter Al-Aqsa for a second night.

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Continously for the second time Israeli police have attacked on Attacked on Al-Aqsa Mosque coplex by firing rubber coated steel bullets and stun gernades on Palestinian worshipers.
Armed soldiers are shown forcefully removing worshipers who had congregated in the mosque for Ramadan prayers in videos taken on the scene.

The violence broke out amid widespread calls for calm, hours after more than 400 individuals were detained and taken away during a police raid at the property.

According to the Palestinian Red Crescent, the most recent raid left at least six individuals injured.

CEIRPP of the UN condemns Israeli raids

The Israeli police raids on Palestinian worshipers at Al-Aqsa mosque has condemned by the Palestinian people Bureau of the United Nations General Assembly.

In a statement, the agency said that Israel’s unlawful acts and policies “have continued to reinforce its illegal occupation of the Palestinian areas it has occupied since 1967.”

Israel responsible for the attacks and should not break the law and to uphold his commitments according to the International Law and UN reslutions, demanded by the agency

According to established guidelines, “the bureau urges for respecting the freedom of all worshipers to enter the sacred places,” it stated.

Israel frees 397 Palestinians captured during the operation on Tuesday.
Atleast 397 of the 450 Palestinians worshipers who were arrested by the police during raid on Tuesday night have been released and restricted for one week to visit the Al-Aqsa mosque.

Six Palestinians from the occupied city of Jerusalem have had their custody and questioning prolonged, while 47 inmates from the occupied West Bank have been sent to the military prison of Ofer.

“The conditions of arrest and incarceration are humiliating and inhumane, and no medical help is being supplied to the injured convicts,” the panel said in its findings.

According to the witness, Israeli police are stopping the Palestinian males to visit the Al-Aqsa mosque which are under the age of 40.

A guy traveled two hours from northern Israel to arrive in time for Fajr (dawn) prayer but claimed that he was not permitted into the mosque.

200 people had gathered outside the mosque since they were not informed of the policy change.

Palestinians in Gaza link Israeli violence with Ramadan
Tensions are rising in the Gaza strip because of the attacks by the Israeli police two times in the same night.

topnewsplanet stated from Gaza that “there is a significant feeling of concern among the people here since they equate Ramadan with memories of bloodshed.”

Israeli soldiers have attacked worshipers at the third holiest place in Islam in recent years during the month of Ramadan, preventing them from staying the night inside the mosque for i’tikaf, the Islamic custom of spending a few days inside a mosque during Ramadan.

During Ramadan, Sayed said, “Israeli soldiers attack the Al-Aqsa mosque, inciting the passions of Muslims and Palestinians alike.”

Israeli police arrested four Palestinian protesters in UMM Al-Fahm.
On Wednesday night tear gas and stun grenades used against the Palestinian protesters in Israeli communities of UmmAl-Fahm anf Baqaal-Gharbiyeh.

At Umm Al-Fahm, at least four Palestinians were detained as demonstrations also erupted in Haifa, Nazareth, Kufr Kanna, and Arrabeh.

Israeli settlers enter the Al-Aqsa mosque while being guarded by police
Under the cover of the Israeli police, dozens of Israeli settlers entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque’s courtyards on Thursday morning. Palestinian worshipers were earlier denied access to the mosque for Fajr prayer by Israeli police.

Fajr prayers offered near Al-Aqsa Mosque by hundreds of Palestinians

Report on further rocket launches from Gaza

Six rockets were fired into Israel from Palestinian organizations in Gaza said by the Times of Israel.

Two missiles were shot in the direction of the Mediterranean Sea and five missiles were fired toward Israel. said by the Israeli military.

In addition, sirens in southern Israel were activated by the launches.

Why Al-Aqsa and its future is important for the Palestinians?
On a plateau in East Jerusalem Al-Aqsa complex is located. Israel took control on it in between the 1967 Six-Day War and still has control on it. it was the desicion that was not acknwledged by the majority of other nations.

The third holliest place of Islam is Al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock and was built in the seventh century, which is known as the location of Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) way to heaven, is inside the complex.

Jews refer to the area as Temple Mount because they think the Biblical Jewish temples originally existed there.

Over which Palestinians still claim some kind of sovereignty, Al-Aqsa is one of the national sumbols.

They worry, however, that Jewish organizations would gradually intrude, as occurred in Hebron at the Ibrahimi Mosque (Cave of the Patriarchs), where after 1967, half of the mosque was converted into a synagogue.

The far-right Israeli organizations that seek to raze the Islamic buildings in the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex and replace them with a Jewish temple also cause concern for the Palestinians.

Malaysia denounces the raids on Al-Aqsa in “strongest terms.”

In the “strongest words possible,” Malaysia denounced the most recent attacks on Al-Aqsa and urged the international community to hold Israel responsible.

The ministry of Foreign Affairs given a statement from Putrajaya on Thursday. The ministry said that the Israeli soldiers’ actions “were illegal, disdainful, and blatantly violated the human rights of the Palestinians and the sanctity of the third holiest site in Islam.”

Matters or Al-Aqsa has to be discussed. On Thursday Un security Council will meet in an important session to judge the violance at Al-Aqsa mosque complex.

The officials said that China and the United Arab Emirates requested to closed-door meeting.

Throughout the occupied West Bank, violence erupts
According to the Wafa news agency, Israeli soldiers have injured dozens of Palestinians across the occupied West Bank during the Al-Aqsa Mosque’s second consecutive night of raids.

Israeli soldiers fired gas canisters on a crowd in Nablus which resulted in injuries of 12 people.

Wafa stated that other individuals in Beit Ummar also claimed to have suffocated on deadly gas.

Violence was also reported close to the cities of Jenin and Bethlehem by the agency.

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