Over a 100 thousand worshippers performed Eid al Adha prayers Sunday at Al-Aqsa Mosque amid repeated calls to stay inside it, in anticipation of settlers' calls to storm it.
Palestinian news agency said that worshippers repelled the attempts of dozens of settlers to storm Al Aqsa, after they gathered at the "Bab Al Maghariba, to mark the so-called "destruction of the Temple."
Israeli occupation forces attacked on Saturday evening protesters condemning the storming of the neighbourhoods of the Old City in Jerusalem, which led to the injury of a number of them. (QNA)
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