Minister of Housing and several settlers break into Al-Aqsa and that isolation of a woman
February 11, 2014

The Israeli Minister of Housing broke into Al-Aqsa Mosque on Tuesday through Dung Gate and under heavy protection from the police. Witnesses said that the Israeli Minister of Housing, Ari Ariel,  and several settlers broke into Al-Aqsa Mosque through Dung Gate during the so-called “foreign tourism program” where the Minister broke in during the morning session in addition to six female soldiers dressed in their military uniform and 27 other extremists. During the afternoon session, extremist Galik along with another group of extremists broke in. Witnesses also said that dozens of Marabouts were shouting “God is Great” during the break-in. In a related matter, the Israeli police arrested a woman, Samira Idris, while attempting to enter Al-Aqsa Mosque through Al-Majles Gate, and after detaining and interrogating her in Al-Qishleh police center, she was handed an order to isolate her from Al-Aqsa for two weeks.