Published: 2021-05-31 13:48
Last Updated: 2021-06-12 11:21
Monday, dozens of Jewish extremist settlers stormed the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque in Occupied Jerusalem.
Eyewitnesses in Ramallah said that more than 50 extremist settlers, under the protection of the Israeli Occupation police, stormed Al-Aqsa squares from the Mughrabi Gate and carried out suspicious tours until they left it from Bab Al-Silsila.
Meanwhile, the IOF demolished and seized four tents, south of Hebron.
The coordinator of the National Committee to resist the wall and settlements south of Hebron, Ratib al-Jabour, said in a statement, that the occupation forces stormed the village of al-Buwaib, northeast of Yatta, south of Hebron, and demolished four tents owned by Ibrahim al-Mahaniya.
He explained that two tents are inhabited by the family of 15 people, while two are used as a livestock pen housing 100 heads of sheep, pointing out that the family has become without shelter.
The settlers and the IOF escalated their settlement attacks on the village adjacent to the so-called “Bani Hefer” settlement and the villages east of Yatta, with the aim of forcing its citizens to leave, in order to steal their lands, to expand the settlement area in the villages and ruins of south Hebron.