Dozens of Palestinians wounded in the defense of the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque

Dozens of Palestinians wounded in the defense of the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque

al Mazra'ah aš Šarqiyah : Palestine | Sep 27, 2009 at 3:15 PM PDT
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Dozens of Palestinians were wounded during clashes that erupted on Sunday between citizens and the occupation forces and the Israeli police in the Al-Aqsa mosque and the area around the Temple Mount. According to media outlets that are identical
Clashes took place after noon prayers at the door of the tribes, among hundreds of citizens who tried to enter the Aqsa Mosque and the Israeli police used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse them. The news agency together independent sources in the ambulance that the number of injured at 40 people, including 17 taken to hospitals for treatment, after Israeli police used rubber bullets and tear gas and used batons on the hundreds of citizens who stood up to the extremist Jewish groups which attempted to storm Al-Aqsa Mosqueunder the protection of the Israeli occupation forces .
It returned for the Israeli police closed the stresses of the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque after allowing at noon for citizens over the age of fifty years to enter the mosque.
The media sources said that the leadership of the Israeli police in Jerusalem resides in the morning in the vicinity of Al Aqsa Mosque, while spreading very large numbers of police and the army in the vicinity of the mosque and in the alleys and streets of the Old City to prevent the movement of citizens and their access to Al Aqsa Mosque.
The violent clashes broke out before noon between citizens and the Israeli police at the door of the tribes and sections of the Bab Hatta Al-Aqsa Mosque, where dozens were wounded, mostly children and women, bruises and suffocation when assaulted by police with batons and tear gas canisters at the Lions Gate.
The crowd pelted the citizens at the door of humility Israeli police by empty bottles and stones and police responded by firing rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the demonstrators.
Saw the al-Aqsa mosque (Sunday morning) in violent clashes between Muslim worshipers and Israeli police and Jewish extremists, resulting in the injury of 13 Palestinians were wounded, including two of the injuries were serious, while police said two of its members were injured in the confrontations.
The clashes erupted after the extremist Jewish groups stormed the Aqsa Mosque under heavy Israeli police, embarking Who worshipers in the mosque threw stones and chairs, shoes, and responded by police using force to disperse the demonstrators, injuring 9 demonstrators were injured in one eye and another in the head and described their condition as serious.
The clashes broke out at the door of the Council (one of the main doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque) yards outside the Al-Aqsa, after the police prevented Muslim worshipers from entering the Al Aqsa Mosque and closed all doors, injuring at least 4 people, one of them in the eye, was also arrested many people and taken to detention centers in Jerusalem.
The Palestinian medical sources said that some of the wounded were taken from inside the Al-Aqsa mosque to the hospital with attempts are still underway to get the rest.
According to Ma'an News Agency that among the wounded who were taken to a hospital in Jerusalem purposes Mohammed Joulani elderly (73 years), wounded by a rubber bullet in the eye and in serious condition, Rami Saleh Fakhouri (20 years) rubber bullet in the eye, and just Silwadi (31 years) in the rubber bullet al-Sadr, Mahdi Abbasi (31 years), bruises on various parts of the body, and Samir Ahmed Scientific (44), bruises on various parts of the body due to assault him with sticks.
The occupation forces attacked the President of the Council of Awqaf, Sheikh Abdul Azim Salhab, as he entered the Al Aqsa Mosque from the Lions Gate, and hindered the work of medical personnel and evacuate the injured from inside the mosque.
For its part, the Israeli police claimed that two of its members were wounded in confrontations with the worshipers inside the mosque, claiming that two Palestinians were wounded in those clashes when police used force to disperse demonstrators who threw stones at the settlers and chairs and shoes to prevent them from storming the mosque.
Immediately after the outbreak of clashes in the al-Aqsa mosque, hundreds of residents rushed to the city of Jerusalem and the land 48 to the mosque, but the occupation forces closed the gates of the Haram al-Sharif prevented access to the squares of the mosque, they rally on external doors, chanting slogans against the occupation and its attacks on holy sites and the citizens of Jerusalem.
On the other hand said Sheikh Husam Abu Leil leaders of the Islamic movement in the territory of 48 telephone call with Al-Aqsa Foundation for the stop and heritage, there are hundreds of demonstrators and stationed on the Al-Aqsa mosque from the outside of the people of Jerusalem and the territories of 48, who were prevented from entering the Al Aqsa Mosque by the occupation forces .
According to Sheikh Abu Leil Almtoagd tribes at the door from the outside, that the occupation forces attacked the demonstrators were wounded, four of them were injured and transported to hospitals in continuing clashes in several points at the entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem.
Israeli police also prevented the Islamic figures from entering the Al Aqsa Mosque, including Sheikh Sabri Sabri President of the Supreme Islamic, as well as the police issued a decree banning official Hatem Abdel Qader, the Jerusalem file in the Fatah movement from entering the Old City of Jerusalem for further notice, against the background of his call for citizens to rally on the Al Aqsa Mosque and the attempts to address the extremist Jewish groups to storm Al Aqsa Mosque.
Correspondent called "together" the situation in the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City of Jerusalem conditions as stress and tension especially in light of measures taken by the police and the occupying forces in the city to prevent people from reaching the Al-Aqsa Mosque, while allowing the settlers descended on the battleground.
Referred to the Jews were celebrating the day of Yom Kippur, "Yom Kippur," On this occasion, deliberately Jmat Jewish extremist to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque in an attempt to establish so-called structure where Al-Aqsa.
Broke out on 27 September 2000, the day before the anniversary of one of these, similar clashes in the al-Aqsa mosque when he broke into the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, a former mosque, which raised the sentiments of Arabs and Muslims, and led to the outbreak of the uprising known as Al-Aqsa uprising that lasted for several years, and exploited by Israel to re - the occupation of Palestinian cities and undermine the strength of the Palestinian Authority.
Mufti General warns of the hidden objectives to storm Al-Aqsa
He denounced Sheikh Mohammed Hussein - the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and the Palestinian regions / preacher Al-Aqsa Mosque - embarked upon by the occupation authorities on Sunday morning to break into the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa mosque and the shooting and tear gas against the worshipers.
He said in a statement issued today by the Israeli occupation authorities sponsored by extremist groups that have wreaked havoc in the Palestinian territories, they bear all the responsibility for the consequences of courtyards storm Al Aqsa Mosque.
And that the intrusion coincides with the anniversary of Al-Aqsa Intifada, which erupted after Sharon's provocative visit to the halls of Al-Aqsa Mosque, also praised the vigilance of the guards of Al Aqsa Mosque and scholars and the faithful in it, and urged anyone who has access to the Al Aqsa Mosque from the city and around Jerusalem and the Palestinians 48 to tighten Backpacker stationed to the reconstruction and prayer, to miss an opportunity to those who want to enter Bahath, stressing that the actions of the occupation incompatible with divine laws and international laws and norms that guarantee the preservation of places of worship and access.
He called the Mufti of the Islamic Conference Organization to hold an urgent meeting to discuss ways to protect the Palestinian holy places, especially in light of the international community silence towards such practices and violations.

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Dozens of Palestinians wounded in the defense of the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque
Dozens of Palestinians wounded in the defense of the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque
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