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Illegal Israeli Settlers Attempt to Storm Al-Aqsa Mosque

reprinted from Al-Jazeerah: Cross-Cultural Understanding
22 Tishrei 5769, 21 October 08 09:50

Editorial Note: The following news reports are summaries from original sources. They may also include corrections of Arabic names and political terminology. Comments are in parentheses.

Illegal Israeli Settlers Attempt to Storm Al-Aqsa Mosque, Attack Palestinian Olive Harvesters, Injure Israeli Soldier

Jerusalemite Palestinians fend off Israeli settlers who tried to invade Al-Aqsa Mosque

[ 22/10/2008 - 09:05 AM ]


Hundreds of Jerusalemite worshipers on Tuesday repulsed extremist illegal Israeli Zionist settlers who tried to desecrate Al-Aqsa Mosque and its yards under police protection.

Large numbers of Palestinian worshipers in addition to religious and national figures were present at Al-Aqsa Mosque since the early morning hours to guard the Mosque against any possible attack by Israeli settlers.

The settlers attempted to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque from Al-Silsila gate, but the massive presence of Jerusalemite Palestinians at the holy Mosque made the Israeli police to ask the settlers to refrain from entering the Mosque.



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