Groups of Jewish extremists on early Sunday entered Al-Aqsa mosque and started roaming the courtyards and facilities under protection of Israeli forces.A similar event took place last Monday Ultra-orthodox Jews break into the Aqsa Mosque
Local sources said that successive numbers of Jewish extremists guarded by Israeli forces stormed Al-Aqsa mosque from Al-Magharbi gate and provocatively roamed in courtyards and facilities of the mosque.
At the same time, Israeli police stationed at the outer gates of Al-Aqsa mosque tightened restrictions to prevent Palestinian from accessing the mosque specially the young ones and hold their identity cards.
Jewish extremists called to storm Al-Aqsa mosque on Sunday in order to mark their holidays, while Jerusalemite citizens gathered to defend their most holy place.
Middle East Monitor reported similar incursions in August: Jewish "extremists" enter Al-Aqsa with police support, and in June Jewish extremists drink wine in Al-Aqsa Mosque compound
Worryingly, what all these reports have in common is the fact that Israeli police provide protection for the extremists.