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Their lawyer Aamer Anwar said: "The Prime Minister will know that Aqsa had no global assets to freeze.
Sources in occupied East Jerusalem told Gulf News that Palestinians who remained in Al Aqsa Mosque overnight and those who managed to enter the mosque for dawn prayers came under a barrage of tear gas canisters, rubber coated bullets and pepper gas as Israeli forces sought to help hundreds of Israeli colonists enter the mosque.
Jordan rejects Israeli escalation in al Aqsa as well as measures that allow radicals to violate al Aqsa under protection of police and occupation forces," said Minister of Information Mohammad Momani.
Jews, who refer to the area as 'Temple Mount', also revere the site on which Al Aqsa is built, they believe it was once the site of an ancient temple.
He said that such acts, which have increased during the Jewish holiday seasons, are an attempt by the Israeli occupation authorities to create a new reality in Al Aqsa Mosque as they did in Al Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron.
Confrontations broke out between Muslim's praying and Israeli settlers on Wednesday at Al Aqsa before the Israeli police intervened to protect the settlers and pull them out from the mosque ASHARQ AL AWSAT said.
The decision follows a French government order to Eutelsat earlier this month to take Al Aqsa off the air, after a complaint a complaint from the European Commission that the station violated rules on incitement.
More than 100 of them crowded onto a short stretch of the Via Dolorosa, where the Israeli government last week opened an undistinguished gray metal doorway into an ancient archeological tunnel that runs beside the Al Aqsa Mosque.
The Israeli Occupation forces havegathered extensively in Sur Baher, located near Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, to secure Netanyahu's provocative visit to Jerusalem, while many Palestinians gathered to prevent this visit.
Police chased the demonstrators toward the Al Aqsa mosque, where they barricaded themselves inside and continued hurling objects in the direction of the police, according to Israeli police.
By Ikrima Sabri Jewish groups were planning to destroy the Aqsa mosque either with an unmanned plane filled with explosives or a plane flown by a suicide bomber.
Palestinians from the nearby West Bank were turned away at army roadblocks outside the city, while worshipers who could reach the Old City had to pass a phalanx of police at the gates to Al Aqsa Mosque, the third-holiest site in Islam.