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Palestinian Foreign Ministry warns against calls to storm Al-Aqsa

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has warned of the calls of settlement associations and the so-called “Temple Mount Organizations Union” for large-scale incursions into the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards tomorrow, with the aim of mobilizing the widest participation in those incursions in the morning and midday periods.

In a press statement today, the Palestinian Foreign Ministry considered these calls to be an Israeli persistence in perpetuating the incursions as a matter imposed by force on the reality of Al-Aqsa Mosque, with the aim of consolidating its temporal division on the way to dividing it spatially, which belies the claims of Israeli officials regarding their keenness to preserve the existing status in the mosque and not change it. What shows once again that the perpetuation of temporal division and provocative incursions is an official Israeli policy that is carried out under the protection of the occupation police and its forces, and that the Israeli definition of the current situation includes perpetuating the division of the mosque temporally.

The ministry held the Israeli government fully and directly responsible for these provocative and aggressive incursions, and considered them an extension of the Israeli policy of escalation, and warned of their dangers on the conflict arena, especially their repercussions and disruptive consequences on the efforts made to stabilize the truce.

The Foreign Ministry said that, in coordination with the brothers in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, they are following up this issue at all international and international levels to push it to assume its responsibilities towards this serious violation of the reality in Jerusalem and its sanctities, and called on the international community and the US administration to intervene urgently and pressure the Israeli government to stop the incursions.

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