Instead of protecting it as a zone of prayer and peace, the Temple Mount has turned into a base of hostile operations against Jews and Israelis and those who would make peace with them.
"It is inconceivable that they tell someone, 'you normalized with Israel: You won't pray in Jerusalem,'" al-Khalifa said. "There is a certain coexistence, an acceptance of the other" in Israel.
In spite of a fatwa issued by the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Emiratis remain defiant and will not be bullied.
The call came as Palestinians continued to protest against French President Emmanuel Macron for his recent remarks about Islam.
Visitors of the Al-Aqsa Mosque were accused of promoting normalization with Israel and “desecrating” the holy site.
The MK added that it is "a basic condition in a democratic country for the public and MKs to know what they are being asked to authorize in their vote" in the plenum.
Part of the avowed rationale for the accords was to create enhanced access for all Muslims to worship at al-Aqsa Mosque.
This is reportedly the third time loudspeakers have been installed since 2017.
The ministry's spokesperson Deifallah al-Fayez condemned the "continued Israeli violations."
The Wakf Department also urged worshippers to fully comply with health instructions, particularly regarding wearing face masks, and to use their own prayer carpets.