Israeli police Wednesday arrested a woman inside the yards of al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem after she confronted Jewish fanatics who provoked Muslim worshippers at the mosque, according to Muslim Waqf officials.
Azzam Khatib, director of the Muslim Waqf in Jerusalem, said worshippers confronted the Jewish fanatics and members of the Israeli security services who were carrying out provocative tours of the Muslim holy place. He said police arrested the woman and another person for standing up to the fanatics and the security personnel.
Muslim officials have warned against attempts by Jewish fanatics to disrupt normal life inside the holy place by demanding that Jews should share it under the pretext the site was the location of the Jewish temple more than 2000 years ago.
Oh, and there was a press conference:-
...the Supreme Islamic Council held a press conference Wednesday entitled "Threats to Al-Aksa " in the Ambassador Hotel in Jerusalem.
Speaking at the conference included Sheikh Jamil Hamami, head of the Supreme Islamic Council Sheikh Sabri, the Mufti of Jerusalem, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein, director of the Department of Awqaf Sheikh Azzam al - Khatib and Chairman of the Board of Awqaf , Sheikh Abdel Azim Salhab and also Sheikh Ali Abu Sheikha coordinator of the Islamic Movement for Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa.
The speakers stressed on the Islamic Al-Aqsa mosque and it is a prerogative of the Muslims is not shared by one , as no one has the right to interfere in its administration...