During Israel-Palestine Conflict Israeli Minister Reached Al-Aqsa Mosque | Israel
Israel-Palestine Dispute: As soon as Benjamin Netanyahu became the Prime Minister, the tension between Israel and Palestine has increased once again. In this episode, Israel’s National Security Minister and right-wing leader Itamar Ben-Gvir visited the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on Tuesday despite warnings of violence. The Palestinians called it a deliberate provocation. Along with this, it was strongly condemned.
According to Aljazeera’s report, Israeli minister Ben-Gavir has been seen at the mosque site amid heavy security on Tuesday. At the same time, speaking on the threats being received from Hamas, Minister Ben-Gvir said that our government will not surrender to the threats of Hamas.
Hamas had warned
Let us tell you that Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, had warned that any move by Israel regarding the Al Aqsa Mosque would be like crossing the Red Line. In such a situation, after the Israeli minister enters the mosque, there can be a war between the two countries. Al-Aqsa Mosque is the third holiest place in Islam after Mecca and Medina.
What did the minister say after going to the mosque
It may be noted that the area where the Al-Aksha Mosque is situated has been completely under Israel’s control and Palestinian citizens can reach there only under Israel’s supervision. Ben-Gvir wrote on Twitter after his visit that the site is open to all and if Hamas thinks it will intimidate me with its threats, it should understand that times have changed.
Earlier, Israel’s opposition leader and former Prime Minister Yair Lapid warned on Monday that Ben-Gvir’s visit to the mosque compound would incite violence. He called it a deliberate provocation, which would put life in danger.
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