Palestinian Authority (PA) yesterday warned of Israel attempts to impose spatial divisions at Al-Aqsa Mosque as part of the electoral campaigns of right-wing parties led by current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Assabeel newspaper reported.
In a statement, the PA's Foreign Ministry said that the ruling Israeli right-wing, headed by Netanyahu, "has been carrying out hundreds of judaisation projects" aiming to "change the status quo in Jerusalem, its holy sites and the surrounding neighbourhoods."
"This judaisation campaign has been escalating in the light of the unprecedented and unlimited American support."
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"Israel believes it is almost completing its mission regarding the future of Jerusalem, so that it is taking punitive measures and putting pressure on Jerusalemites in order to push them out of the city," the statement continued.
It is also working to impose temporal divisions at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound "ahead of reaching a point to completely demolish it."
This, it said, was Israel's "open war" against Al-Aqsa, Jerusalem and Jerusalemites.