A galaxy of noted Palestinian figures highlighted in occupied Jerusalem the dangers threatening the Aqsa Mosque and the Israeli intention to build a huge military bridge in place of Al-Maghariba Gate ramp.
This came in a news conference held on Tuesday in occupied Jerusalem by the Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage.
The conference was attended by preacher of the Aqsa Mosque Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, head of the Islamic Movement Sheikh Ra'ed Salah, head of the higher follow-up committee for Arabs Mohamed Zeidan, and director of Jerusalem affairs Hatem Abdulqader.
The speakers talked about the latest developments related to the Aqsa Mosque including the demolition of Al-Maghariba Gate, the Jewish break-ins at the Mosque, the rising Jewish calls for razing the Mosque, and the creation of Jewish premises for the alleged temple of Solomon around the Mosque.
Photos and video clips were also presented in the conference showing workmen embarking on demolishing Al-Maghariba Gate of the Aqsa Mosque.
According to the speakers, the Israeli occupation regime is planning to build a military bridge in place of Al-Maghariba Gate ramp and this bridge has many purposes including the launch of a future military attack on the Aqsa mosque with a large number of troops and bulldozers to demolish it.