Palestinian Foreign Ministry said that the Israeli occupation authorities continue to exploit the American full bias of colonial policy in the implementation of its plans and projects of Judaization of occupied East Jerusalem and its surroundings in general, and Al-Aqsa Mosque in particular.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday that it has long warned the Arab and Muslim worlds and the international community against the schemes implemented by the occupying state to perpetuate the temporal division of the Aqsa Mosque until it is divided spatially, where it recently stepped up its measures of Judaization, after the closure of the Golden Gate with iron chains, amid an escalation of its actions against worshipers, mosque guards, Islamic endowments in Jerusalem and citizens of Jerusalem in an attempt to keep them away from the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The ministry warned of the repercussions of silence on the procedures of the occupation and the consequences of dealing with them as usual things, stressing that the occupation's escalation of the division of Al-Aqsa challenges the credibility of the international community and the United Nations and its competent organizations, and test its ability and willingness to assume its legal and moral responsibility to provide protection to the Palestinian people against the continuing violations and crimes of the occupation and to assume its responsibilities in implementing and ensuring the implementation of its relevant resolutions.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry also warned of the shocking plans that the occupation authorities are preparing to divide Al-Aqsa Mosque and its surroundings. (QNA)
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