November 28, 2021

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Tensions around al-Aqsa have risen following the killing of an Israeli man in an armed conflict

Tensions around al-Aqsa have risen following the killing of an Israeli man in an armed conflict

Tensions are running high in Jerusalem after an Israeli man was killed and three others were injured in an armed clash near the al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday morning. Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett said he had ordered security forces to be prepared for all possible situations.

At the start of a weekly government session on Sunday, Bennett confirmed that he had received an explanation of the details of the incident from the Minister of Homeland Security and the Inspector General of Police. Bennett raised the level of awareness and stressed the need to prevent other possible activities.
Israeli officials say one person has been killed and three others injured in an attack on the old city of Jerusalem, a 42-year-old Palestinian living in East Jerusalem has been killed.
Palestinian media confirmed that a shooting and stabbing had taken place near Bab al-Silsila in the blessed al-Aqsa Mosque, and that the attacker was dressed as a “religious Jew” and was armed and armed.
The Israeli media confirmed that the dead Israeli was in his thirties, without mentioning whether he was an Israeli policeman or an immigrant. Palestinian sources in Jerusalem say Israeli forces have completely closed the vicinity of Bob al-Silsila as the blessed al-Aqsa Mosque and the gates of the old city reopen.
In parallel, under the protection of Israeli police, settlers from the Muqrabi Gate attacked the al-Aqsa Mosque. Palestinian news agency quoted local sources as saying that dozens of settlers had attacked the al-Aqsa Mosque in the early hours of the morning and made provocative tours of its courtyards.

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