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Israeli occupation police allowed around 70 soldiers from the Israeli navy to storm the holy Aqsa mosque in occupied Jerusalem and to stroll in its plazas.  Local sources said that the soldiers broke into the holy site in their uniform at around 0900 am Monday, adding that the leader of the extremist Temple Mount Trustees Gershon Salomon was also allowed into the Aqsa plazas.

First of all, "plazas"?  There''s only one.

But to the point, no one "storms" and no one "breaks into" - and it is a Jewish holy site, after all.  Israeli authorities, unfortunately, do not permit overt expressions of worship or religious respect, so what are they complaining about?  And unlike the Waqf authority, hey didn''t dig up Muslim artifacts and throw them away or cover up others.

And Gershon Solomon?  He would be let in?  (and it''s the Temple Mount Faithful, not "Trustees").

So, let''s review another site, here:-

On Monday, 25th June, Israeli occupation police admitted 57 members from the Israeli navy and a member of the Knesset to take a tour in al-Aqsa mosque''s yards. The head of the Islamic Awqaf department in Jerusalem, Azzam al-Khatib, said the soldiers spread out in the mosques'' yards and roamed around while in their military uniform.

"These tours are always repeated, as groups from the different Israeli forces and Israeli civilians enter the mosque and do provocative tours inside its yards," Said al-Khatib.  One of the guards in al-Awqaf denied that Gershon Salomon, the head of the "The Temple Mount Trustees" a Jewish religious movement, entered into the mosque.

So, 23 soldiers less. No Solomon.  But one Member of Knesset.  All "admitted".

They don''t "storm".  They "roam".   But they are "provocative" is the claim.

Again, this is Arab incendiary propaganda.



It is intended to ignite the same imagination that brought about the 1929 riots, the 1990 riots and the 2000 riots, all based on a fiction.



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