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Palestine: 20 Palestinian women barred from entering Al Aqsa, Israeli settlers allowed in

24th Aug 2015
Palestine: 20 Palestinian women barred from entering Al Aqsa, Israeli settlers allowed in

IMEMC News & Agencies: Israeli police, on Sunday, prevented around 20 Palestinian women from entering al-Aqsa mosque, while allowing Israeli settlers into the mosque’s compound, according to WAFA correspondence.

Special Israeli police units erected metal barricades near al-Aqsa mosque, imposing restrictions on the entry of Palestinians and preventing around 20 women from entering for attempting to fend off settlers’ attempts to tour the mosque’s compound.

Meanwhile, worshippers at the mosque chanted religious slogans protesting settlers’ provocative tours inside the mosque’s compound.

 

[Photo: An Israeli security official blocks some Jewish settlers at the Al-Silsila Gate of the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the old city of Jerusalem on July 26, 2015. Photographer: Muammar Awad/Anadolu Agency]
http://www.imemc.org/article/72764

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