Feiglin breaks into Al-Aqsa and practices his religious rituals in its courtyards and the arrest of a young man
The Knesset Deputy Speaker, Moshe Feiglin, broke into Al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday morning through Dung Gate concurrently with preventing women and young men from entering Al-Aqsa. Feiglin practiced his religious rituals while touring on the top of the Dome of the Rock and was under heavy protection from the Israeli Special Forces. A group of extremists also accompanied Feiglin and one of them recorded the whole tour. During the break-in, Feiglin said: “Today, the government of Israel is able to execute its policy at Al-Aqsa.” Also, the Rabbi Yehuda Galik along with a group of extremists broke into Al-Aqsa Mosque and toured its courtyards; Galik tried to practice his religious rituals but the police forced him to leave. In a related matter, the police continued their blockade on Al-Aqsa Mosque by closing most of its gates except for (Hutta, Al-Silsileh and Al-Majles Gates) and prevented all women from entering as well as men under the age of 50. The police established iron barriers on Al-Aqsa Gates and force the men to leave their IDs at the gate if they want to enter. The Israeli forces assaulted one young man while being near Hutta Gate and then arrested him and took him to Lions Gate police station. The Israeli forces broke into Al-Aytam School near Al-Aqsa Mosque.