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Laporan: Ketegangan Meningkat di Yerusalem ketika Pemukim Ekstremis Masuki Kompleks Al-Aqsa

JERUSALEM: The second day of the Jewish holiday of Purim saw a surge in tension as dozens of extremist settlers stormed the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied city of Jerusalem, according to a Petra news agency report on Monday.

The settlers were protected by the Israeli police, said Jerusalem’s Islamic Endowments Department in a statement. The settlers began entering the compound early on Monday morning from the Mughrabi Gate and moved into the eastern and northern courtyards.

Source: Tensions rise in Jerusalem as extremist settlers enter Al-Aqsa compound: Report

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2482496/middle-east

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Sholat Ramadhan [1445 H] di Al-Aqsa Yerusalem dalam Bayangan Perang Gaza

JERUSALEM: Muslims worshippers flocked to Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque compound for the second Friday prayer of Ramadan under the heavy presence of Israeli police, a sign of lurking tensions in the holy city.
“We feel lucky to be at Al-Aqsa while hundreds of thousands are deprived of access to it,” said Mustafa Al-Sheikh, a 62-year-old Palestinian who traveled with his wife from Anata, a town near Jerusalem in the occupied West Bank.

Source: Ramadan prayer at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa under the shadow of Gaza war

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2481381/middle-east

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Sholat Jum’at yang “Sulit” di Masjid Al-Aqsa Yerusalem

JERUSALEM: Under a heavy police presence, tens of thousands of Muslims attended the first Friday prayers of Ramadan in east Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque compound, a gathering weighed down by the war in Gaza.
Old men leaning on canes, veiled women and smartly dressed children flowed through the gates of the Israeli-annexed Old City for the midday prayer, which unfolded peacefully, though some younger men were turned away by police conducting security checks.

Source: ‘Difficult’ Friday prayers at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2477366/middle-east

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Israel Sebut Masih Meninjau Akses ke Masjid Al Aqsa selama Ramadhan [1445 H]

JERUSALEM: Israel is reviewing possible curbs on access to Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem over the upcoming Ramadan fasting month, a government spokesperson said after media reports that the far-right minister for police might be overruled on the issue.
Al Aqsa, Israel’s third-holiest shrine, is a focus of Palestinian statehood hopes. The site is also revered by Jews as vestige of their two ancient temples. Israeli controls on access have often stoked political friction, especially during Ramadan.

Source: Israel says it’s still reviewing access to Al Aqsa mosque during Ramadan

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2468886/middle-east