Amidst preventing and suppressing worshipers - 1519 settlers storm Al-Aqsa
On Tuesday, 1519 settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, on the second day of the Jewish Sukkot holiday.
The occupation forces imposed restrictions on the entry of worshipers to Al-Aqsa from the dawn until three o'clock, "until the end of the afternoon incursionsperiod."
The settlers performed collective and public prayers inside Al-Aqsa, and a group offered vegetal offerings inside Al-Aqsa, at the Bab Al-Rahma area, the eastern wall of Al-Aqsa, where one of them hid the offerings inside his clothes.
The occupation forces beat and pushed the worshipers who were prevented from entering Al-Aqsa.
The settlers also performed prayers at the gates of Al-Aqsa from the outside, raising "vegetal offerings".
The settlers deliberately directed insults, cuss words, and slanderous movements against the Palestinians and the press crews.