Israeli forces stormed Al- Aqsa Mosque and targeted Palestinians worshipping inside the synagogue for the alternate time on Wednesdays
Israeli police stormed the synagogue after Tarawih prayers and attacked worshippers with bludgeons and rubber pellets, Anadolu Agency( AA) reported. The police tried to remove worshippers and also threw stun grenades after they defied, the report said. The Israeli army also set off air raid enchantresses Wednesday in agreements conterminous to the Gaza Strip following reports of rockets launching from the enclave, according to officers. After the end of the prayer, clashes erupted between the Israeli police and worshippers they tried to remove from inside the Al- Qibli Masjid. The Israeli police interposed with rubber- carpeted pellets and sound losers against the worshippers who took sanctum in the Al- Qibli Masjid. In addition, the Israeli police interposed with bludgeons against those protesting the raid in the Al- Aqsa Mosque yard.
The Israeli army said two shells were fired from Gaza late Wednesday. It added, still, that one failed to cross into Israel and the other landed in an open area near the hedge with Gaza. There were no reports of property damage or mortal injuries. The development came as Israeli forces stormed the Al- Qibli Prayer Hall in the Al- Aqsa Mosque complex in engaged East Jerusalem and forcefully removed Palestinian worshippers. The Israeli police detained around 350 worshippers from inside the flashpoint point of the Al- Aqsa Mosque complex. still, substantiations put the number at over 500, who were arrested and taken in for questioning, according to Reuters. The incident, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and on the dusk of the Jewish Passover, came amid fears that pressures erected up during a time of raising violence could be unleashed at the Al- Aqsa Mosque, where clashes in 2021 set off a 10- day war in Gaza