Jerusalem, ALRAY - Israeli settlers' incursions continued during the Jewish holiday season, by organizing large incursions into the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City, and performing Talmudic and Torah rituals.
Since Monday morning, Israeli occupation forces began bringing dozens of Israeli settlers into Al-Aqsa courtyards in a provocative manner, and attacking Palestinian worshipers and preventing entry to those under the age of 50.
The Israeli occupation forces emptied the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque of Palestinian worshipers, while allowing and securing the Israeli settlers' storming.
The Israeli settlers’ incursions began on, Sunday, with the commemoration of the so-called “Hebrew New Year’s Day,” which lasts for two days, by organizing major incursions into Al-Aqsa and the Old City, during which the settlers plan to blow the trumpet in the mosque and its vicinity.
The “Jewish New Year” is followed by the so-called “Days of Repentance,” in which the settlers violate Al-Aqsa wearing biblical white clothing, leading to the second Jewish holiday during this period, which is called the biblical “Feast of Atonement” on September 25.
On what is called “Day of Atonement,” the settlers seek to simulate the sacrifice and set a record number of people storming Al-Aqsa Mosque on the day following it, as well as attempting to blow the trumpet at the “Tanqaziyya” school.
The so-called “Feast of the Throne” begins on September 30 and extends until October 17. It is one of the biblical pilgrimage holidays associated with the “alleged Temple,” during which the settlers attempt to bring sacrifices into Al-Aqsa Mosque and raise the number of intruders to more than 1,500 intruders over successive days.
Jerusalemite warnings continue about the danger of settlement rituals in the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem, during the upcoming Jewish holidays.