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Palestine: Young man killed by IOF & Knesset to discuss another plan to take over Al Aqsa

IOF kills Palestinian young man east of Bureij refugee camp in Gaza

GAZA, (PIC)– A Palestinian citizen was killed on Saturday evening by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stationed to the east of Bureij refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.

The Hebrew radio reported that a Gazan young man was shot dead after he crossed the perimeter fence and headed towards Alomim settlement.

Palestinian citizens, in turn, reported they heard the sound of gunfire east of Bureij refugee camp and saw the arrival of military reinforcements at the fence.

For his part, spokesman for the Palestinian health ministry Ashraf Qudra confirmed that the Palestinian side received the body of a young man in his twenties, noting that the name of the victim is still unknown.


Knesset to discuss possibility of opening Aqsa Mosque permanently before Jews

NAZARETH, (PIC)– The interior and environment committee of the Knesset intends to table a proposal calling for allowing the Jews to desecrate the Aqsa Mosque to perform their rituals, especially during their religious days and festivals.

The website of the Knesset said that the interior committee would discuss the opening of the Aqsa Mosque before the Jews during the holy month of Ramadan and the coming Jewish holidays.

The committee is expected to study a request filed by Jewish groups calling for opening all gates and entrances of the Aqsa Mosque before the Jews.

The issue of preventing the Jews from entering the Aqsa Mosque during the last holy month of Ramadan will also be debated during this session.

Representatives from the ministries of interior, tourism, public security in addition to other Jewish and Zionist groups were invited to participate in this meeting.


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