Day 249 Jerusalem during “Al-Aqsa Flood” Operation
June 11, 2024

On the 249th day of "Al-Aqsa Flood Operation", the alleged Temple groups called for mass raids Wednesday, on the occasion of the “Shavuot” holiday,” the Feast of the Descend of the Torah. The raids and arrests continued in the city of Jerusalem.

The groups and organizations of the alleged Temple called for organizing massive incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque. The "Temple Mount in Our Hands" group called on its followers to participate in the central storming of Al-Aqsa.

The "Bedino" organization also announced that it will organize a "collective pilgrimage" to Al-Aqsa Mosque on Wednesday, accompanied by two leaders of the Temple groups, Roy Saga and Arnon Segal, citing biblical texts that say that "on the Shavuot holiday all of Israel made a pilgrimage to the Temple."

Last week, Temple groups and organizations announced that they had recorded what they described as record numbers for storming Al-Aqsa since the beginning of this year, with more than 37,000 settlers.

The raids on Al-Aqsa Mosque continued, and 289 extremists stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque through the Dung Gate, the keys of which have been controlled by the occupation authorities since the occupation of Jerusalem.

The raids on towns and neighborhoods in the city of Jerusalem continued, setting up checkpoints and searching vehicles.

On Tuesday morning, forces accompanied by intelligence personnel stormed the town of Al-Tur and arrested a boy.

Meanwhile, the police announced the arrest of 115 Palestinians, including a woman from the Gaza Strip, under the pretext of entering Jerusalem illegally. They also arrested 6 Jerusalemites who transported them.

The forces were also prevented from welcoming a Jerusalemite prisoner, and raided his reception place in Jerusalem.