Many Muslims were arrested by the Israeli police as rioters.


[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Conflicts between Israel and Palestine have continued to erupt due to ethnic and religious relations for a long time.

Recently, ethnic violence broke out at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, but the tipping point of the incident is still unknown.

Israeli police speak out against Muslims by force and arrest several "thugs".

Palestine protested solemnly, while neighboring Jordan and Egypt condemned Israel's blatant attacks on worshipers.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, Jerusalem is the promised land of the three major religions of Israel and Palestine.

At first, two Jewish temples were built here, and later Islam built the Al-Aqsa Mosque, making the holy places of the two religions completely overlap.

Israel, whose main religion is Judaism, completely occupied Jerusalem in 1967, but it was not recognized by most of the international community.

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Therefore, Israel and Palestine reached an agreement, stating that they would not destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and agreed that non-Muslims are not allowed to enter the temple, but only Muslims are allowed to worship.

However, this agreement did not eliminate the conflict between the two countries. More serious conflicts often broke out when the three major religions held Ramadan, Passover and Easter.

The Palestinian ambassador to the UK, Husam Zomlot, tweeted a video of the violence in the mosque.

The Palestine Red Crescent said at least seven people were wounded, while Israeli troops kept preventing medical staff from entering the scene.

The Israeli police issued a statement emphasizing that some masked instigators fired fireworks from the mosque, disrupted public order, desecrated the mosque, and locked the door from the inside with sticks and stones as weapons. The police intervened as a last resort.

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shah

Mohammad Shtayyeh said the Al-Aqsa Mosque belongs to all Arabs and Muslims, and the rest of the Arab world also condemned it.

The Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the Israeli police to immediately withdraw from the Al-Aqsa Mosque, sternly warning that storming into the mosque and attacking worshipers is a flagrant violation of the law.