As soon as the Jewish holiday season approaches, calls begin for settlers to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque and perform prayers inside it, and behind them are the occupation police, who begin summoning anyone whose association with Al-Aqsa poses a threat to its “security”, and hand them a deportation order. The reasons for the deportation are not specified, which affects dozens of deportees, including young men, women, and the elderly.
The period of the upcoming Jewish holidays is considered the longest during this year, and it begins with Rosh Hashanah in the middle of this month of September, then the Feast of Atonement, followed by Sukkot, and this season ends on 10-8-2023.
Organizations and institutions of the “alleged structure” began distributing invitations to carry out incursions into Al-Aqsa during the upcoming holiday period, and to work on blowing the trumpet at Al-Aqsa on the “Hebrew New Year.” And an attempt to emulate the ritual of “the sacrifice of forgiveness” and to present plant offerings in the mosque.
Aida Al-Sidawi…a neighbor of Al-Aqsa who is deprived of praying there
A neighbor of Al-Aqsa Mosque, sixty-year-old stationed Aida Al-Sidawi, will be deprived for the coming period of access to Al-Aqsa Mosque and praying in it. She will see it from the doorstep of her house and the dome from the road leading to her house, but she will not be able to enter it, after the decision to banish her from it.
Mrs. Al-Sidawi and her husband received several calls from the police demanding that they go for investigation at the “Al-Qishla” police station. Later, her house was raided and she was handed a “summon” decision. She was forced to attend the investigation and was deported after an investigation that lasted several hours.
She said: “Summons and deportation decisions increase with the approach of the Jewish holidays. They want to empty Al-Aqsa to secure settlers’ incursions. They do not want any Muslim or any gathering inside Al-Aqsa. They are afraid of repeating “God is Great” and the phrase “Al-Aqsa is ours, how much is a structure for us.”
The investigator described Al-Murabitah Al-Saidawi as a racist because she did not want Jews to enter Al-Aqsa, and she responded to him as she explained: “We welcome visitors and tourists who enter Al-Aqsa, but we do not welcome the settlers who invade it, because Al-Aqsa is a pure right for Muslims.”
The investigator also told her that she poses a danger to Al-Aqsa by her presence and prayers there, asking: “What danger does my presence in Al-Aqsa pose, just because we pray in our mosque
Source: Maan News Agency