Palestinian ministry condemns Israeli group’s plan to extend incursions into Al-Aqsa

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AMMAN — The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a statement condemning the Israeli group Alleged Temple’s announcement of an agreement with Israeli occupation forces to extend their incursions into the Al-Aqsa Mosque. اضافة اعلان

The announcement, which is believed to be in line with directives from the Israeli Minister of Internal Security Itamar Ben Gvir is seen as an effort to establish a temporal division of Al-Aqsa along a spatial division, according to the Palestinian news agency, Wafa.

In the statement issued on Tuesday, the ministry described the decision as “colonial, Judaizing, and racist”, and warned against any facilitation given by Ben Gvir to the group.

The statement also warned of the consequences of extending incursions during Ramadan.

‘Appease extremist supporters’The ministry also warned that the Israeli government seeks to “appease its extremist supporters” at the expense of the rights of the Palestinian people, including making radical changes to the status quo of Al-Aqsa Mosque, Jerusalem, and its sanctities.

The ministry called for American intervention to compel the Israeli government to halt all its unilateral and illegal actions in compliance with the signed agreements and understandings of Aqaba and Sharm El-Sheikh “before it is too late”.

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