Sheikh Bkeerat Banned from Al-Aqsa for 3 Months

November 26, 2019 9:19 AM IMEMC News & Agencies Holy sites, Jerusalem, News Report 0
26 Nov
9:19 AM

Israeli occupation authorities, on Monday morning, banned Sheikh Najeh Bkeerat, deputy director of Muslim Endowments and Al-Aqsa Affairs, from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound for three consecutive months.

Bkeerat said, in a press statement, that Israeli intelligence services summoned him this morning and served hi, with a decision to deport him from the mosque for three months.

He pointed out that since 2003 until today, he has been deported from Al-Aqsa 21 times for a period of over seven years, adding: “In 2019, I was admitted into the mosque only for one week.”

The deputy director confirmed that the deportation aims at emptying the Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound and displacing Palestinians from the occupied Palestinian capital of East Jerusalem.

“We’ll remain at the gates of Al-Aqsa and in Jerusalem, doing our role. The occupation will demise, and we’re staying because it’s our land and our right,” he added, according to Al Ray.

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