The New Arab is providing live updates of what's been happening on the ground from the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Under the protection of occupying Israeli forces, settlers for the third day in a row stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque on Tuesday morning, expelling worshippers and the Mourabitoun, a group of Palestinian men and women who were designated to protect Al-Aqsa Mosque.
By 8 a.m., the number of settlers who had stormed the holy site stood at 75 settlers who came in two groups, guards of Al-Aqsa Mosque told The New Arab's Arabic-language service Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.
Far-right wing Knesset member Itamar Ben Gvir hailed the daily incursions into the holy site, known as the Temple Mount to Jewish worshippers, and said the Mosque should be under full Israeli administration.
"The time has come to expel the Jordanian endowments from the Temple Mount", he said in response to statements by Jordanian Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh who hailed Palestinians resisting the Israeli incursions.
In the occupied West Bank, thousands of settlers in the occupied West Bank intend to participate in a march towards the Homish settlement outpost, north of Nablus, which was dismantled in 2005, according to Israeli media.
Locals in Hebron fear that Israeli attacks may carry out throughout the day after yesterday's attacks continued throughout the night.
The New Arab is providing live updates of what's been happening on the ground from the occupied West Bank.
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