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Israel bans call to prayer in Ibrahimi Mosque 42 times last March: Ministry of Endowments
Israel bans call to prayer in Ibrahimi Mosque 42 times last March: Ministry of Endowments
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Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - Israeli settlers have raided Al-Aqsa Mosque 25 times during last March, while Israeli occupation authorities have banned call to prayer in Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron 42 times and raided two other mosques and endowment properties in Hebron during the same period, Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs in Ramallah, Sheikh Hatem Al-Bakri stated.


He said in a statement on Monday that Israeli occupation authorities continue in its policy in occupied Jerusalem and against Al-Aqsa Mosque and the holy court yards.

 

He noted in the statement that Israeli settlers have stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque 25 times during last March, while Israeli occupation authorities adopted a series of measures and decisions that tight the restrictions on the holy places as a part of its Judaizing policy.

 

The statement also reported that Israeli occupation authorities banned call to prayer in Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron 42 times last March and attacked two mosques and endowment properties in Hebron.

 

The statement shed the light on Israeli policy of persecuting the Muslims prayers, harassing those who are in retreat in Al-Aqsa Mosque, and attacking them during the blessed month of Ramadan.

 

It noted that Israeli occupation authorities continued excavations and digging tunnels under Al-Aqsa Mosque and its surroundings, while the former Knesset member Yehuda Glick, accompanied by a number of settlers, stormed the mosque and performed Talmudic prayers inside its courtyards.

 

Israeli occupation authorities continued the excavation work and the tourist path in the Ibrahimi Mosque; going ahead with banning the call to prayer as every month. They also continued the Judaization work, especially in building the electric elevator, to serve the herds of settlers.

During the last month, the occupation notified to demolishing seven graves in the village of Al-Burj, southwest of Hebron, under the pretext of being built in Area C. The cemetery is built on endowment lands belonging to the Palestinian Ministry of Endowments, and has been used by citizens for several years to bury their dead.

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