Condemning the storming of Al-Aqsa by fanatical Jews from Jordan


Jordan denounced the storming of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque by fanatical Jews under the protection of the Israeli occupation police and the violations.

In a written statement, Foreign Ministry spokesman Dhaifallah Al-Fayez said: “We condemn Israel’s practices towards the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.

These are unacceptable practices, and these practices are a violation of the current historical and legal situation and international law, and signify the failure to fulfill these obligations as a force.”


Police-protected raid on Al-Aqsa Mosque by Jewish extremists

Noting that the ministry had submitted a protest note to the Israeli authorities, Fayez said the Tel Aviv administration was asked to “stop the violations and provocations.

Respect for the existing historical and legal situation, the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque, the freedom of worshipers, and the management of Islamic institutions in Jerusalem.

Fayez emphasized that the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which covers an area of ​​144 acres, is a place of worship for Muslims only.

According to the peace agreement signed between Israel and Jordan on October 26, 1994, Al-Aqsa Mosque is under the auspices of the Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem of the Jordanian Ministry of Institutions and Islamic Affairs.


However, since 2003, without the permission of the administration, Jews have entered the holy sanctuary by a unilateral decision of Israel, accompanied by the police.

The Department of Islamic Institutions in Jerusalem described these entrances as a raid and stressed the violation of Muslim sovereignty.

Starting in the morning, 1210 fanatical Jews under the protection of the occupation police raided Al-Aqsa Mosque.

On the occasion of the day of mourning they called “Tisha BF”, which they accepted as the anniversary of the destruction of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and it is called Solomon’s Temple.

Events took place in the Haram al-Sharif between the Palestinians who responded to the raids of fanatic Jews and the Israeli police

Using tear gas and rubber bullets, the Israeli police arrested several Palestinians.


In addition, the occupation police, who set up checkpoints at all the gates of the Old City, where the Al-Aqsa Mosque is located, do not allow Palestinians under the age of forty to enter the compound.