Ennahdha condemns "lukewarm international reaction" to Zionist aggression against Al-Aqsa mosque | Tunisia News Gazette

Ennahdha condemns “lukewarm international reaction” to Zionist aggression against Al-Aqsa mosque

Ennahdha movement condemned “the lukewarmness of the international reaction to the Zionist crime” and the attacks by the Israeli occupation forces against Al-Aqsa mosque in order to control its administration, resulting in several deaths and injuries among the inhabitants of al-Quds and leading to the closure of Al-Aqsa before the faithful, now prevented from fulfilling their prayers.

In a statement issued on Tuesday, Ennahdha also denounced the Zionist aggression and human rights abuses committed in Al-Aqsa, calling on international organisations to support the Al-Quds people and to lobby for re-establishing access arrangements for the holy mosque.

For the first time since 1948, the Zionist authorities have banned Friday prayers at the Al-Aqsa mosque since Friday, after an attack that resulted in the deaths of two Zionist soldiers. The Israeli occupation forces have since closed the mosque completely, preventing the faithful from entering it, as well as the old city.

Despite the announcement Tuesday of the withdrawal by the Israeli government of the metal detectors it had installed around the Mosque esplanade, which had triggered a wave of murderous violence, Palestinians still boycott access to the Haram al-Sharif, requiring an assessment of the new measures decided by the occupying authorities, in particular the setting up of surveillance cameras.

Source: TAP News Agency

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