Officers and soldiers and settlers storm al-Aqsa mosque
186 officers and Israeli soldiers broke into the al-Aqsa mosque and 60 radical and 1029 tourists during the morning through the Mughrabi Gate. And when they saw about 30 children of officers and soldiers at Chapel Marwani during roaming in the courtyard of the Al Aqsa Mosque, they tried to approach them arose the police prevented them from approaching, and warned their supervisors from taking action against them. On the other hand, witnesses said they saw the day an active movement by extremists in the courtyard of the Wall and Gate. They reported that they had seen dancing and a big celebration in the courtyard of Al Buraq [the Kotel, that is. Outside the Temple Mount] involving hundreds of extremists, and during the dances were blowing trumpets.Straight from Arrest to the Temple Mount
Knights of the Maximum returned Wednesday afternoon to their city of Jerusalem, after four and a half months of detention insisted to go to the mosque...They were released after negotiations took place between their lawyers and prosecutors to change the indictment from the membership of an illegal organization "Youth-Aqsa" to "participate in the activities of a riot," and this and agreed to the prisoners of the four were released, and imposed court sentence suspended for six months for two years.. they were received a tumultuous welcome by the people of Jerusalem and stationed inside the Palestinian Al-Aqsa Mosque.Note that the liberated prisoner Fadi pot could not enter the Al-Aqsa Mosque with the rest as there is a military decision banning him from entering the mosque for a period of 6 months. They raised Palestinian flags to celebrate their release, and raised banners bearing their pictures and logo of the "Knights of the maximum," and the editors to perform noon prayers in the mosque of the Dome of the Rock, then went to their homes.The editors insisted on the orientation of the Al-Aqsa Mosque after their release in a letter to confirm their right and all youth and citizens to pray in their mosque.
Ibrahim of Press TV Detained
Israeli police on Monday released journalists Jerusalemites Ibrahim El-Husseini, Ayman Alian after their arrest and interrogation at the police station yard Buraq. The police had arrested them while they were filming and promise to report on the excavations under the Mughrabi Gate bridge. Where she attended the police force after five minutes of their arrival to the place, filmed at the beginning of the excavation, and prevented them from continuing imaging and asked for their identity and asked them to go with it to the police station to check the bright comic material. After 20 minutes of their presence in the police station and interrogated about the organization that has worked for and examination of material pictures were being released and re-video camera for them. The journalist Ibrahim al-Husseini worked for the channel, "Press TV" and was present with the photographer Ayman Alian to prepare a report on excavations at the Mughrabi Gate, but because of their arrest and prevented from further imaging is not set up the report. It was noted in place during filming the effects of excavation and building materials, cement and iron.
P.S. Since I knowe Ibrahim, I inquired and was informed that yjr police had gotten suspicious and the affair was over in 30 minutes.
Earthworks for New Entry Bridge at Moghrabi Gate
Israeli trucks before dawn on Monday transfer huge amounts of dirt from the bottom of the Mughrabi Gate Bridge Buraq Square. The witness revealed that he had seen at three o'clock in the morning trucks stand in the yard bright, and is about 30 manual workers digging in the right side of the Mughrabi Gate, and the transfer of dust to the trucks, which revealed a large arc from the bottom of the western wall. He said eyewitness that the workers may have started to work in the middle of the night without the use of mechanisms for drilling, where saw them digging the hand for not making noise about the excavations, has continued the drilling process and the transfer of dust from the time mentioned until seven o'clock in the morning, then went out the workers of the place.