Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - About 100 Israeli extremist settlers raided Al-Aqsa mosque Sunday morning , guarded by Israeli occupation police.
Local sources reported that Israeli occupation police opened Moroccan gate, under its control since 1967, in front of the settlers who raided the mosque on groups and performed Talmudic rituals at Arrahama gate.
Eyewitness reported that the settlers organized tours in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and received explanations about the "alleged temple" before they left from the "Gate of Chain" which witnessed provocative settlement practices.
The sources reported that the occupation police imposed strict restrictions on Palestinians worshipers and seized their ID cards at the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque
The director of Al-Aqsa mosque, Omar al-Kasawanee reported that 81 settlers and 132 Jewish students from Talmudic institutes stormed Al-Aqsa this morning.