Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - After forcibly evicting Palestinian Muslim prayers, dozens of Israeli extremist settlers broke Sunday into Al-Aqsa Mosque via Moroccan gate heavily protected by Israeli occupation police.
Since early morning, Israeli occupation police deployed its special units in the holy courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque and at the gates so as to secure the settlers' raid.
Israeli occupation forces stormed the Qibli Mosque in the holy court yards and forcibly evicted the Muslim prayers, arrested two Palestinians.
The Jerusalem Waqf and Al-Aqsa Mosque Affairs Department reported that dozens of Israeli settlers stormed the holy courtyards early morning, carried out provocative tours in its courtyards, and performed Talmudic rituals in the eastern region of it.
Israeli occupation police have tightened its measures on the gates to Al-aqsa mosque, imposed restrictions on the access of Palestinian prayers, seized the ID cards of some Palestinian youths before the dawn pray which inflame the situation.
Israeli occupation forces, in order to break the reclusion that started since the beginning of holy Ramadan, have raided the Qibli Mosque and forced the recluses to leave it and seized their mobile phones.
The Jerusalemites' calls for Rabat in Al-Aqsa Mosque throughout the month of Ramadan, and to confront the settlement and Judaization occupation plans against the mosque and the holy city.