Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said that taking this step would cause a huge anger whose results cannot be predicted, because of the sanctity and religious value of Al-Aqsa Mosque for the Palestinian people and for Arabs and Muslims, according to the Palestinian news agency (Wafa).He called for the need for Arab, Islamic and international action that goes beyond the vocabulary of condemnation and condemnation to impose sanctions that prevent any change in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and stop any violation of Islamic and Christian sanctities in the city.Israeli targetsMuhammad Hassan Kanaan, head of the Nationalist Party, warned According to his interview with "Sputnik", the current Israeli government enacts fascist and racist laws through which it aims to restrict the Palestinian people and the Arab masses at home, as well as domination, control and increase settlement in order to expand its influence in the West Bank, and in all occupied territories in general. The government coalition is anti-democratic and fascist laws aimed at satisfying settlers in general and harming the Palestinian people.Israeli observers and journalists describe the current government headed by Benjamin Netanyahu, which includes parties from the far religious and nationalist right, as the most extreme in Israel's history.Religious conflictIn turn, Dr. Ayman al-Raqab, a Fatah leader and expert in Israeli affairs, considered that the draft project of Likud MK Amit Halevy, which he is preparing to submit for a vote in the Knesset, proposes a complete spatial division. According to Sputnik, according to the proposed law, the northern section includes the Al-Aqsa Mosque under the supervision of Muslims, while the southern section includes the Dome of the Rock Mosque and the Western Wall and becomes under Jewish sovereignty, with a wall separation between the two areas. He stressed that Amit's plan will explode the religious conflict and embarrass Arab countries between them and the Israeli occupation peace agreements, led by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and will embarrass Western countries, including the European Union and the United States of America, "for their silence on the crimes of the Israeli occupation against the Palestinian people and their holy sites." This event is to carry out attacks under the pretext of defending Jerusalem targeting some stable Arab and international countries, pointing out that the law will not pass peacefully and will have significant consequences if implemented, considering that the whole thing is a maneuver from the Israeli right to measure reactions.The Times of Israel revealed that Likud MK Amit Halevy recently began to develop a plan that is the first of its kind to divide the Al-Aqsa Mosque.The plan provides for controlling the Dome of the Rock and turning it into a place of worship for Jews in addition to the area. The Israeli Knesset's plan includes allowing settlers to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque through all gates and not be satisfied with the Al-Maghariba Gate, as is the case at the present time, as well as his proposal to work to abolish the Jordanian custodianship of Al-Aqsa Mosque, but to abolish any political status of the Kingdom of Jordan over Al-Aqsa Mosque.The Palestinian Ministry of Jerusalem Affairs has described the plan to divide Al-Aqsa Mosque between Muslims and Jews as " Sama quoted a ministry statement as saying that "the plan calling for the seizure of the Dome of the Rock by the Jews in exchange for the survival of the tribal prayer hall for Muslim prayers, puts the maximum mosqueI am in grave danger."
Amid warnings of a religious war. Will the Israeli government's plan to divide Al-Aqsa Mosque succeed?
Highlights: The Israeli government is preparing to submit the Amit Halevy bill to the Knesset (parliament) to impose a temporal and spatial division in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said that taking this step would cause a huge anger whose results cannot be predicted. The plan provides for controlling the Dome of the Rock and turning it into a place of worship for Jews in addition to the area. Israeli observers and journalists describe the current government headed by Benjamin Netanyahu as the most extreme in Israel's history.
In a dangerous move that observers say could lead to a religious war in the region, the Israeli government is preparing to submit the Amit Halevy bill to the Knesset (parliament) in the coming days, to impose a temporal and spatial division in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.