Dozens break into Al-Aqsa…and preventing Al-Aqsa students from entering
November 28, 2013

Dozens of extremists broke into the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque on occasion of the so-called Jewish holiday “Hanukkah.” Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that nearly 170 extremists broke into the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque through Dung Gate within the so-called “morning and afternoon tourism”; note that extremist Yehuda Galbek broke-in during both periods and was leading two groups and provided dozens of extremists with explanations about the “alleged temple”. Another group practiced their religious rituals near Al-Rahmeh gate “Hosh” and Al-Silsileh gate and laid on the ground during which verbal altercations and clashes using hands broke out between the Marabouts and Israeli forces which was protecting the extremists. In a related matter, the police prevented dozens of Al-Aqsa students (Masateb) from entering Al-Aqsa on Thursday morning and allowed several others to enter on condition of leaving their IDs at the outside gates of Al-Aqsa.