Yehuda Glick, the Chairman of the so-called Temple Mount Heritage Fund ,leading a group of religious Jews escorted by Israel policemen, stormed on Sunday morning Al- Aqsa mosque compound ,.
Director of Media at Al-Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage, Mahmoud Abu Ata said that 76 Jewish settlers led by Glick stormed the compound.
He pointed out that Click stormed Al-Aqsa mosque provocatively, and toured the compound holding a book talking about the alleged temple.
Al- Aqsa mosque guards confronted the Jews and banned them from performing Talmudic rituals at the compound.
Glick ended a 12-day-long hunger strike after Jerusalem District Police Chief Yossi Pariente informed him that he would be allowed to enter the holy site in Jerusalem's Old City.
Abu Ata noted that this step is paving the way for a new round of break-ins Al-Aqsa compound, especially in November 28th 2013 in the Hanukkah (Festival of Lights).