Military wings of various political factions in the besieged Gaza Strip warned the apartheid "Israeli" entity of continuing its restrictive policies at Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East al-Quds during a press conference on Tuesday, saying that "Israel's" aggression on Al-Aqsa represents a "spark that will explode in the region."
"We will have our strong and supreme word if Zionist plans against Al-Aqsa continue," the groups had warned in the press conference. "We will not allow our enemy to invade our Al-Aqsa, our holy sites, and our people in al-Quds."
The military wings then saluted the people of al-Quds and called upon all Palestinians to support Al-Aqsa.
"Israeli" authorities have imposed heightened restrictions at Al-Aqsa.
Worshipers have performed prayers at the Gate leading to Al-Aqsa since the attack to express their rejection of newly imposed "Israeli" security procedures -- including the installation of metal detectors and security cameras at the entrances of Al-Aqsa.
The holy compound was also closed to Muslim worshipers for more than two days, marking the first time since 2014 that the mosque was closed to worshipers and the first time since 1967 it was closed for Friday prayers.
Palestinian leaders in Occupied Al-Quds called for continued actions against the apartheid "Israeli" policies on Tuesday, and confirmed that Palestinians were still refusing to go through metal detectors and have continued performing prayers outside of the holy site in protest.
Palestinians have expressed fear that "Israeli" policies restricting Palestinian access to Al-Aqsa could change the status-quo of the site -- as what was done to the Ibrahimi Mosque.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team