A Zionist district court upheld a ban on ‘Israeli’ settlers’ prayer on Al-Aqsa Mosque late Wednesday night, overturning a ruling by a lower court issued earlier this week that appeared to have allowed such activity.
“There is no need to overstate the sensitivity of the Temple Mount which is one of the most explosive places in the Middle East if not the whole world,” wrote Judge Einat Avman-Moller.
On Sunday, the ‘Israeli’ occupation’s ‘Magistrate Court’ canceled the ‘restrictions imposed’ on the settlers, including the orders of excluding them from the old city of al-Quds, after they performed Talmudic rituals in the courtyards of the holy al-Aqsa Mosque.
Meanwhile, people of al-Quds always confront the unending raids of the Zionist settlers in the holy al-Aqsa Mosque.
Shortly before the Israeli court’s cancellation decision, Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah warned in a speech marking the 22th anniversary of May 25 victory that any harm against Al-Aqsa mosque will lead to dire consequences as such issue provokes Islamic sentiments. “The Palestinian resistance is unanimous in responding, and things may lead to a major explosion inside Palestine. Any attack on al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock will explode the region as it provokes every free and honorable person,” Sayyed Nasrallah cautioned.
Earlier in the day, Hamas and other Palestinian resistance factions warned against the ‘Israeli’ court’s order to allow the Zionist settlers to perform Talmudic rituals in the courtyards of the holy mosque in the occupied city of al-Quds.
Source: Agencies (editted by Al-Manar English Website)