Palestinians Arrested, Injured As Far-Right Jews Enter Al-Aqsa

Ultranationalist Jews entered under Israeli police protection, with restrictions imposed on Palestinian movement at the holy site in occupied East Jerusalem.

Hundreds of ultranationalist Jews have entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem – under the protection of Israeli authorities – for the second day in a row, as Israeli police attacked Palestinians gathered in the compound and prevented others from entering.

The Palestinian Red Crescent says at least three Palestinians were injured on Monday by Israeli forces, while journalists reported that 10 others were arrested in and around the compound. Israeli forces were seen using batons to attack Palestinian women and elderly men, as well as journalists.


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