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NAJNOVIJI SNIMCI: Pogledajte sukob policije i vjernika na Brdu hrama – Potpuni haos!

Sukobi između muslimanskih vjernika i izraelskih policijskih snaga izbili su u nedelju na svetom mjestu, Brdu hrama u Jerusalimu u vrjeme vrhunca napetosti zbog poklapanja jevrejskih i muslimanskih vjerskih praznika.

Izraelska policija je saopštila da su muslimanski vjernici započeli nerede i da su upućivali “nacionalističke pozive” na Brdu hrama, svetom i za Jevreje i za muslimane.

Kasnije je saopšteno da su vjernici bacali kamenice na policajce.

Policajci su ih rastjerivali suzavcem, gumenim mecima i drugim sredstvima za kontolu nereda.

Palestinski bolničari su rekli da je najmanje 14 ljudi ranjeno, među njima je jedna osoba zadobila ozbiljne povrede. Policija je saopštila da su najmanje četvorica policajaca ranjena.

Kako je navedeno, radi se na uspostavljanju javnog reda i zaustavljanju izgrednika.

Nasilje se proširilo na okolno područje i nekoliko muškaraca je opkolilo i napalo vozilo koje je vozio jedan Jevrejin u arapskom kvartu blizu jerusalimskog Starog grada, prije nego što ih je policajac otjerao pucajući u vazduh. Dva osumnjičena su kasnije uhvaćena, prenijeli su izraelski mediji.

Policija je razmjestila dodatne snage širom Jerusalima u očekivanju nereda tokom dana.

Političko rukovodstvo je donijelo odluku da se danas Brdo hrama zatvori za nemuslimane jer danas počinje muslimanski praznik Eid al Adha (Kurban–bajram) kojim se slavi okončanje godišnjeg hodočaščća u Meku i jevrejski dan posta Tiša B’Av kada Jevreji žale zbog razaranja drevnih hramova koji su nekada stajali na Brdu.

Na Brdu hrama, najsvetijem u judaizmu, sada se nalaze džamije Al Aksa, treća po značaju u islamu i Kupola na stijeni i muslimani ga zovu Haram al Šarif (Uzvišeno utočište).

Stotine Jevreja okupilo se na kapijama koje vode do svetog mjesta. Desničari su kritikovali izraelskog premijera Benjamina Netanjahua što je Jevrejima zabranjen ulaz na Brdo hrama ocijenivši da je taj potez sramotan i pozvali ga da promijeni odluku.

Jevrejima je kasnije dopušteno da uđu na Brdo hrama. Ušlo ih je nekoliko desetina uz policijsku pratnju i muslimanski vjernici su počeli da bacaju stolice i druge predmete na njih.

Jevrejski posjetioci su ubrzo otišli prenio je AP. Njima je inače zabranjeno da se mole na Brdu hrama na osnovu odavno sklopljenog sporazuma između Izraela i muslimanskih vlasti.

Međutim, u posljednjim godinama religiozni nacionalisti sve češće posećuju Brdo hrama, a jevrejski ekstremisti pozivaju na rušenje džamija i ponovnu izgradnju hramova.

 

Large numbers of Palestinians gathered at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound - also known as Temple Mount to Jews - after rumours circulated that Jewish visitors were allowed to enter the holy site   Tensions rise as the large crowd of Muslim worshippers are held back by Israeli police officers at the gates to the holy site Tens of thousands of Muslims flocked to the site in Jerusalem's Old City for Eid al-Adha, the holiest festival celebrated in Islam   Jewish worshippers gathered at the site on Sunday, which also marked an annual Jewish day of mourning, the Ninth of Av   The site close to the Temple Mount is the holiest for Jews and the third holiest for Muslims, after Mecca and Medina A young Jewish worshipper stands by a pile of large stones that remain from the destroyed First and Second Temples Israeli security forces walk past the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, also known as Temple Mount to Jewish worshippers Israeli police throw stun grenades into the gathering crowd as they clashed with Palestinian worshippers on Sunday Palestinian medics said at least 14 people were wounded, one seriously, in the skirmishes outside the Dome of the Rock   Clashes occurred as Palestinians wanted to stop Jewish worshippers entering the site, considered holy to Muslims and Jews The Dome of the Rock is seen in the background as Israeli police lead away one protester following the clash on Sunday An Israeli soldier scuffles with a protesting Palestinian at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the Old City of Jerusalem The holy site has long been considered a religious flashpoint at the epicentre of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict A Palestinian woman scuffles with an Israeli policeman during a clash following prayers marking the festival of Eid al-Adha

Palestinians view Jewish visits to the holy site near the al-Aqsa Mosque as provocation, amid fears Israel intends to partition it Police officers tell a Palestinian to move away amid skirmishes that broke out on Sunday outside the Dome of the Rock   Israeli forces detain a Palestinian man following clashes between police and Muslim worshippers which erupted on Sunday Palestinians evacuate a man from the site of a skirmish at the Dome of the Rock between worshippers and Israeli police Smoke rises from stun grenades as Israeli police attempt to disperse the crowd of protesters gathered at the holy site Palestinians joyfully celebrate the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Adha in front of the Dome of the Rock shrine in Jerusalem The crowd brought along colourful balloons and confetti to mark the holiest festival celebrated in the Muslim calendar A Palestinian boy attends morning prayers with his father in east Gaza City during the first day of the festival of Eid al-Adha Palestinian girls gather for prayers for Eid al-Adha, the holiest Muslim holiday celebrated each year, in east Gaza City   Eid al-Adha marks the yearly Muslim pilgrimage (Hajj) to visit Mecca in Saudi Arabia and is the holiest festival in the calendar A Palestinian Muslim woman takes a selfie with her daughter after prayers for Eid al-Adha in East Gaza City Jewish worshippers gather at the Western Wall on Tisha B'Av, a day of fasting and lament, which was marked on Sunday Tisha B'Av for Jews marks the day on which the First and Second Temples were destroyed and is a day of prayer and fasting

The Western Wall, in Jerusalem's Old City, is the last remnant of the Second Temple and hence is considered holy by Jews

Jews at the Western Wall in Jerusalem remain deep in prayer as they mark the fast day of Tisha B'Av on Sunday Jewish worshippers fast on Tisha B'Av to mourn the destruction of the biblical First and Second Temples in Jerusalem

Jewish worshippers gather at the Western Wall, the last remnant of the Second Temple, which is considered a holy place SB/ED

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