100,000 Palestinians perform Eid prayers in Al-Aqsa

100,000 Palestinians perform Eid prayers in Al-Aqsa
100,000 Palestinians perform Eid prayers in Al-Aqsa

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - RAMALLAH — The Islamic Waqf Department in Al Quds said Thursday that more than 100,000 worshipers perform Eid prayers at Al-Aqsa mosque as well as praying for the lives of Palestinian people who have passed away in Palestinian land.

During the past few days, Al-Aqsa Mosque witnessed violent confrontations from Israeli forces after they stormed and attacked worshipers using rubber bullets, tear gas canisters and sound bombs, which led to hundreds of injuries.

Tensions have soared over Israel's planned eviction of Palestinians from a district in east Jerusalem, which Israel sees as part of its eternal capital but is considered occupied by the United Nations.

Several nights of clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police, particularly around the Al-Aqsa mosque, Islam’s third holiest site, spiraled early this week into a barrage of Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza strip and rocket fire from Gaza.

The sharp escalation has killed at least 32 Palestinians in the blockaded Gaza Strip and three Israelis and wounded hundreds more. — Agencies


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