Jerusalem, ALRAY - Palestinian activists in Jerusalem have called for the Great Dawn prayer to be revived at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque at dawn next Thursday; to confront settlers' raids of the mosque and the expected “Flags March “.
According to Jerusalem sources, Palestinian calls for the revival of the Great Dawn prayer in Al-Aqsa Mosque next Thursday (May 18) were launched to enhance the Palestinian presence at the mosque coincided with the raid of Flags March which mobilized thousands.
The calls clarified the need for the mobilizing at dawn to avoid the restriction that the occupation forces are expected to impose on the doors of the mosque during the morning hours.
The calls continue to be launched for the need to go and strengthen the presence of Palestinians (Rebat) in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to thwart the Israeli "Flags March" next Thursday on the anniversary of the so-called "Jerusalem Unification Day".
Activists from the extremist movement “Temple Mount” have submitted an official request to allow extremist settlers to enter Al-Aqsa Mosque as part of the “Israeli Flags March” scheduled for May 18.
The request of the extremist movements of the Temple also requested that the raid be carried out from Bab al-Asbat and not the Moroccan Gate (Bab al-Magharib).
Israeli movements were trying to mobilize 7,500 settlers in the march, knowing that the highest number previously achieved did not exceed 2,200, while the Israeli occupation imposes high-security measures in order to secure the Israeli Flags March.