Following the escalation of tensions in Al-Aqsa Mosque in recent days, the Zionist regime has warned of the flare-up of various cities in occupied Palestine and the escalation of the conflict in these cities.
Zionist television, Kahn, reported that the regime's security minister, Amer Barlio, had advised police to refrain from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque as much as possible, and that any decision on whether to enter the mosque would be the responsibility of the district police chief. .
According to the report, Israeli police chief Kobe Shabtai also instructed the Border Guard police officers from the reserve forces to be on standby for possible fear of the spread of violence in cities such as Umm al-Fahm and al-Nusra, and that they may be called in. .
According to the publication network, the Zionist regime police also fired tear gas at the demonstrators in the city of Umm al-Fahm on Friday night. Demonstrators took to the streets in Al-Aqsa Mosque to condemn the Zionist regime's violent treatment of Palestinian worshipers. Zionist police also detained four people for allegedly disturbing public order.
On Friday (yesterday), the Zionist army attacked the Al-Aqsa Mosque, clashed with Palestinian worshipers and shot at them, injuring a number of them.