Israel’s Knesset debates proposal to enforce its sovereignty at Al-Aqsa Mosque – a move seen as ‘an extreme provocation to Muslims worldwide’

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The Arab-Israeli conflict took on an increasingly religious hue when the Jordanian parliament voted unanimously to expel Israel’s ambassador in Amman after Israeli legislators held an unprecedented debate on Tuesday evening over a proposal to enforce Israeli sovereignty at one of Jerusalem’s holiest sites, currently administered by Jordan, and to allow Jewish prayer there.

The vote in Jordan’s 150-seat parliament is not binding on the cabinet, which is keen to maintain diplomatic ties with Israel. Still, the step was a measure of the degree to which the perception of an Israeli threat to Al-Aqsa Mosque, Islam’s third holiest site, is ratcheting up tensions in the wider Arab and Muslim worlds, not just among Palestinians.

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Hezbollah urges Palestinian to resist Israel plots

Hezbollah has called on Palestinians to continue resisting Israel’s aggressive plots, warning that the Tel Aviv regime is planning to destroy the al-Aqsa Mosque.

The Lebanese resistance movement issued a statement on Wednesday and responded to recent clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinian protesters in East al-Quds (Jerusalem).

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