Europeans for al-Quds monitors dangerous settlement and Judaization schemes targeting Al-Aqsa

Europeans for al-Quds Organization confirmed that the IOF, as usual, sought to transform the occasion of Jewish holidays into opportunities to realize its ambitions and impose its hegemony and a fait accompli in Jerusalem. This was represented in the increase of the of the settlers’ storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of the occupation police, performing provocative dances and uttering Biblical slogans and songs inside the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, lighting the walls of Jerusalem with biblical drawings and wearing priestly clothes and performing Talmudic rituals.

The Organization documented in its report that the IOF have committed 762 violations that fall within 16 types of human rights violations in Jerusalem during last October.

During November, the IOF carried out shootings and direct attacks in the neighborhoods of occupied Jerusalem. As a result, 3 citizens were killed and 31 civilians were wounded, with bullets and tear gas canisters. In addition, more than 53 others were exposure to direct beatings and abuse.

The report said that 258 raids into towns and neighborhoods of Jerusalem were carried out, during which 143 Palestinians were arrested, including 20 children and 8 women, 17 others were summoned, and house arrest was imposed on at least 17.

The report also monitored 15 demolitions and the distribution of notices, which resulted in the destruction of 3 facilities.

During the month, 4239 settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque over 22 days in two periods in each day.

The Israeli authorities issued 12 decisions to remove Palestinians from Al-Aqsa Mosque and the neighborhoods of Jerusalem, while the settlers continued to carry out attacks against the Jerusalemites.

Europeans for al-Quds Organization warned that these practices seek to perpetuate dealing with Al-Aqsa Mosque after it is an existing temple, by reviving all the peculiarities of the temple that have been destroyed by its collapse according to the religious narrative, a danger that transcends the temporal and spatial division of Al-Aqsa by jumping into the conflict over the nature and identity of Al-Aqsa.

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