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Israeli police orders to ban several worshipers from entering Al Aqsa mosque

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Officers from the Israeli police and Shin Bet on Monday stormed the houses of Bahjat Razem and Abdullah Najeeb in the old city in occupied Jerusalem and handed over orders to ban Razem from entering Al Aqsa mosque for three months while banned Najeeb from entering the holy mosque for five months. Meanwhile, the Israeli police banned Lu’ai Jaber and Tareq Abu Sbeih from entering Al Aqsa mosque for four months.

The Israeli police also banned Madeline Issa, a member of Al Aqsa Association for Islamic Endowments, from entering the holy mosque for six months.

The Islamic movement condemned the Israeli decision against Issa, stating that the Israelis aim at “imposing their control over Al Aqsa mosque by emptying it from worshipers”.

Last week, Israeli police banned Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, head of the Higher Islamic Council in Occupied Jerusalem, among others from entering the holy mosque for four months.

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