Al-Aqsa opens its doors after the intervention of King Salman


Media reported that King Salman bin Abdul Aziz personally intervened to resolve the crisis of the Al-Aqsa Mosque after being closed by Israel following the operation carried out near him.

“The agreement to reopen the Al-Aqsa Mosque to worshipers and tourists came after the interference of the Saudi monarch through a third party, the United States, and not as reported in the media,” the source told Al-Arab news agency.

The source also said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to Saudi Arabia via the United States not to prejudice the current status quo.

On the metal detectors, the source pointed out to the site that “this is becoming commonplace in the holy places because of the indiscriminate violence and in the most sacred places of different religions.”

According to the site “Elaf” Netanyahu called on Saudi officials to visit the mosque, to see the situation on the ground, but received no response to the invitation.

The source, who did not specify the news site close to Saudi Arabia’s identity, that “Jordan was in the form of contacts,” but Netanyahu expressed his resentment in front of the Jordanian king, “the Jordanian parliament speaker described the operation in the maximum heroic and considered the statement irresponsible.”

In 1982, the late King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz entered Ronald Reagan personally and saved the remainder of the Palestinian resistance in Lebanon. The late Yasser Arafat in peace from Beirut to Tunisia “.

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