Last night, Thursday, Argentinian President Javier Milli concluded his visit to Israel with settlers participating in dances described as provocative inside the Burak Wall square at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, as the occupation banned worshipers from carrying out night journeys and In view of Mirage, people were stopped from entering its intersections.
Milley appeared in a video with a “Jewish hood” (kippah) over his head while dancing with a group of settlers who walked through the streets and gates of Jerusalem's Old City before reaching the Burak Wall Square. Inside, provocateurs gathered to dance Talmudic dances. Racist slogans were chanted at the Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of the occupying forces.
Milley had announced the relocation of his country's embassy from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem shortly after his arrival in Israel. He also appeared crying in front of the Western Wall in Jerusalem, and met with families of detainees in the Gaza Strip in addition to his own. Visit to the Nir Oz settlement on the Gaza Strip.
Milley expressed his support for Israel, saying that his visit to the settlement was “very touching”.
Preventing the resurgence of Isra and Miraj
Israeli occupation forces and police stormed the courtyards of the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem last night to prevent worshipers from secluding themselves and praying on the anniversary of the Night of Isra and Mi'raj.
Al Jazeera's correspondent said hundreds of settlers roamed around Jerusalem neighborhoods, chanting Talmudic slogans against Arabs and Jerusalem residents.
He said occupation police fired tear gas into a crowd of Palestinian youth in the Ras al-Amoud area, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in an effort to prevent them from congregating in the mosque.
For its part, the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported that occupation forces arrested 10 Jerusalemites, including 6 girls and 4 minors, during activities in memory of Isra and Miraj in the courtyard of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Wafa said the influx of worshipers continued yesterday, Thursday, despite occupation authorities imposing military blockades, carrying out intensive surveillance and preventing many of them from reaching Al-Aqsa.