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Aqsa guards are ban from entering in the Mosque

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Gaza17July9BETHLEHEM (PNIC):-The Israeli police informed on Sunday the guards of al-Aqsa Mosque that they are not allowed to enter the holy site, according to the Public Relations Department at al-Aqsa Mosque.

Meanwhile, the PNIC reporter said that the Israeli police assaulted dozens of Jerusalemite citizens and Islamic Awqaf officials who performed noon prayer at al-Asbat Gate and refused to enter al-Aqsa Mosque through the new metal detectors installed at the entrances of the site.

For his part, Chief Judge of Jerusalem, Sheikh Wasif al-Bakri, called for allowing Muslim worshipers to perform their prayers freely at al-Aqsa Mosque, rejecting the new security measures and describing them as a "violation of the status quo".

In the same context, the Israeli authorities started Sunday to gradually reopen the Old City of Jerusalem.

A local source reported that in the past two days the Old City remained closed before the Palestinians who do not reside the area, while on Sunday afternoon, the Israeli police allowed other Jerusalem residents to enter the Old City.

Palestinians of the 1948 occupied territories and the West Bank who have permits are still banned from entering the city.

 
 
 
 
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