Last week, according to human rights groups, 936 Israeli settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied city of Jerusalem.
Incursions took place in groups under heavy protection by the armed Israeli police and Special Forces, where settlers performed Talmudic prayers and rituals in the eastern region near Bab Al-Rahma prayer hall, and Al-Maghareba and Majlis Gates.
The Israeli occupation forces impose restrictions on Palestinian worshipers by confiscating their IDs and searching their bags. It also prevented worshippers from the West Bank from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque, on Thursday and Friday last week.
Last week, the Jerusalem occupation authorities banished Khadija Khuwais from Al-Aqsa Mosque for six months, after she was arrested in the Old City and interrogated for several hours.
The daily incursions into Al-Aqsa mosque aim to make two, morning and evening, shift, and by occupying the eastern area, from Al-Marwani chapel to the Bab Al-Rahma chapel, according to officials in the Jerusalem Endowment.
Since the occupation of Jerusalem in 1967, the occupation authorities have controlled the keys to Al-Maghareba Gate, from which settlers and occupation forces carry out daily incursions.