Israeli forces have fired tear gas and rubber bullet at worshippers inside Al-Aqsa Mosque after they stormed Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, local media reported and witnesses said.
The Red Crescent emergency service said today morning it treated more than 140 people, including children, Journalists, and paramedics many of them wounded by rubber-coated bullets, tear gas or beaten with batons.
Israeli forces detained many Palestinians from the Al-Aqsa mosque and detained two Palestinian men from the Bab Al-Amoud area.
Storming the Al-Aqsa mosque sparked violent clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinian youths inside the Al-Aqsa mosque.
Fire erupted in the trees of Al-Aqsa Mosque as a result of the ongoing Israeli attacks against Palestinian worshipers inside Al-Aqsa mosque, on Friday morning.
Israeli forces impeded the arrival of large numbers of Palestinians heading from the West Bank to perform the third Friday prayer of Ramadan in Al-Aqsa Mosque, Friday morning.
Movements in Gaza Strip are warning of storming Al-Aqsa Mosque and attacking Palestinians in Jerusalem.