Jordanian authorities lambast Israel over Al-Aqsa Mosque break-in
Unfamiliar Ministry representative says Israeli police disregarded mosque business as usual
AMMAN: Jordanian authorities have condemned the Israeli government’s choice to permit 230 revolutionary Jews to break into Al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday. The revolutionaries were commending the Jewish celebration of Purim and had called the day sooner to hold “jubilee” merriments on this occasion, which is frequently celebrated with Jews wearing ensembles and brilliant outfits and veils. Others were shot tanked and waving a wine bottle outside one of the mosque’s doors.
Daifallah Al-Fayez, a representative from the Jordanian Foreign Ministry, said that the Israeli police permitted many revolutionaries to go into Al-Aqsa Mosque without coordination with the Jordanian Waqf (blessing) authorities.
The Jordanian representative considered the Israeli activity a “obvious infringement” of the memorable and legitimate the state of affairs just as an infringement of global law and responsibilities made by Israel.
Al-Fayez focused on that the Jerusalem Waqf office is the lone lawful gathering answerable for the administration of the mosque, including concluding who can enter.
Al-Fayez said that Israel should regard business as usual and the authority of the Jerusalem-based waqf authorities.
The Israeli activity comes when the country’s media has asserted that Israel’s Defense Minister General Benny Gantz held an unannounced gathering with the Jordanian ruler last Friday. Jordan has not remarked on the issue and the Jordanian media has been generally quiet, with the exception of certain stages republishing Israeli media reports.
Gantz, the head of the Blue and White gathering, purportedly told his gathering individuals before that he was leading mystery gatherings with top Jordanian authorities. Gantz openly reprimanded Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for neglecting to improve relations with Jordan.
“I figure our relationship with Jordan could be multiple times better. Shockingly, Netanyahu is an undesirable figure in Jordan, and his essence hurts the two nations’ relations,” Gantz said.
Jordan’s top dog has been discontent with the manner in which Israel is disregarding an arrangement came to in Amman in 2014 within the sight of then-US Secretary of State John Kerry, Netanyahu and Jordan’s ruler, in which they had concurred that Al-Aqsa Mosque is for “Muslims to supplicate and for all others to visit.”