72 settlers stormed on Monday the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, from the Al-Mughrabi Gate, with heavy security from the Israeli occupation police.
The Palestinian News Agency reported that settlers carried out provocative tours around the mosque, and performed Talmudic rituals in its squares, until they left it through Bab al-Silsila.
On the other hand, settler groups began building a new settlement outpost on the lands of Ras al Tin, located to the east of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.
Eyewitnesses reported that settlers began razing and laying down some tents, in preparation for the establishment of the settlement outpost.
It is noteworthy that ‘Ras al Tin’ is a pastoral community in which there is a primary school facing the threat of demolition by the occupation authorities.
The school was opened nearly two months ago with the beginning of the new academic year, funded by the European Union, and the occupation was notified of its demolition, claiming that it was not licensed. (QNA)
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