Closure of Dung Gate and worshipers are stationed inside Al-Aqsa Mosque
July 16, 2013

The occupation police closed down Dung Gate - one of Al-Aqsa Mosque’s gates - this morning and cancelled the so-called “foreign tourism program.” Dozens of Palestinian from Jerusalem and from the 1948 lands are stationed inside Al-Aqsa Mosque (Marabouts) to confront the calls to raid Al-Aqsa by some extremist groups on occasion of the so-called “Destruction of the Temple.” Meanwhile, extremist groups are carrying out provocative tours by the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque and are performing their religious rituals and chanting their racist slogans. The extremist parties also carried out several activities in the past few days on occasion of the so0called “Destruction of the Temple”, where tents were put up on the land of “God’s Cemetery” in West Jerusalem and a series of lectures on building the new Temple were given; seminars and workshops were also held to discuss ways to expedite the process of building of the new temple, in addition to the daily raids of Al-Aqsa. Last night, a huge march for the settlers launched from Damascus gate towards the Wailing Wall during which Jerusalemites and their properties were attacked.    


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