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Israeli government meeting under Al-Aqsa Mosque

For the second time in its history, the Israeli government meets at the bottom of Al-Aqsa Mosque to strengthen settlements… Pictures

The Israeli government held its meeting below Al-Aqsa Mosque for the second time in its history.

And the Hebrew newspaper “Maariv” reported, this Sunday afternoon, that the government of Benjamin Netanyahu held its second meeting of the Israeli government in the tunnels of the Al-Buraq Wall, below the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and it is the second time after its first meeting held in 2017.

Where the newspaper confirmed that this meeting comes to approve Judaization projects in the occupied city of Jerusalem, where the Israeli government intends to approve a series of decisions and plans aimed at building thousands of settlement units, and encouraging settlers to live in the West Bank and Jerusalem.

It is scheduled that the Netanyahu government will approve the provision of a large budget for the discovery and preservation of antiquities in the Al-Quds Al-Sharif area, as well as the improvement of infrastructure in the city.

Earlier today, Sunday, Hebrew media reported the Israeli government’s intention to approve a new settlement plan to encourage settlers to live and settle in the occupied city of Jerusalem.

The newspaper also indicated that the Netanyahu government will approve, today, in its weekly meeting, a three-year plan at a cost of 95 million shekels, with the aim of encouraging settlers to live and settle in the occupied city of Jerusalem, especially young settlers (18-35 years).

The Hebrew newspaper also quoted the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics, that there are more than 18,000 new immigrants to Israel who settled for the first time in the city of Jerusalem beginning in 2018, and about 30% of them left the city during those past five years.

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