Gaza, Alray - Dozens of extremist settlers attacked on Tuesday morning Al-Aqsa mosque under the protection of the Israeli soldiers.
Radwan Amr, a Moravid citizen (a person in a group of Palestinian citizens gathered at Al-Aqsa mosque to prevent Israeli attacks on it) told Alray about 80 Israeli rightests attacked the mosque in the morning through Al-Magharba Gate.
The group walked along the eastern wall and exited through the al-Salsala gate. The rightists formed groups and performed religious rituals, including songs, he said.
He indicated that the Israeli forces increased security restrictions inside Al-Aqsa as dozens of students demonstrated to protest the Israeli attacks against Al-Aqsa.
We saw new provocative Israeli measures everyday," he added.
Al-Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage said previously that a group of activists from the Israeli Likud party announced its intention to break into the Al-Aqsa Mosque next Thursday to celebrate the so-called "Yom Kippur" on 14 September.