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Israel asks believers to apply for a pass to access the Al-Aqsa Mosque

19.04.2021 47 просмотров

Israel continues to strictly enforce the epidemiological measures in Jerusalem. 

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During the holy month of Ramadan, many Palestinians want to come to pray in one of the main shrines of Islam-the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The believers are controlled by soldiers, and sometimes it is quite difficult.

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"We got to the checkpoint and a soldier let us through," said Mohammed Jabr, a Palestinian from Ramallah. zone, we were asked to show a pass. I did not have a pass, but I had a certificate of vaccination. Nevertheless, they did not let me into Jerusalem."

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vaccination, confirmed these words Abu Khaled Harub, a Palestinian from Hebron. - Next, they check with the computer, and if you do not have a pass, then you will not be allowed further. A pass is required."

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"As you can see, the mosque is almost empty in relation to how many believers have gathered here for Ramadan in past years. For example, on the first day of the holy month a year ago there were 250,000 Muslims here. And yesterday, only 60 people turned up for prayer," says Sheikh Omar al-Kiswani, managing director of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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Israel vaccinates not only its own population, including ethnic Arabs with Israeli passports, but also Palestinians from the West Bank, as well as Palestinian workers who regularly visit Israel.

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