The royal committee for Jerusalem affairs in Jordan appealed to the international community to intervene to protect the Aqsa Mosque against Israel’s violations.
In a statement to the Jordanian news agency, secretary-general of the royal committee Abdullah Kanaan said his committee is following up with great concern Israel’s violations against the Islamic and Christian holy sites.
Kanaan warned that racist Israeli officials and extremist Jewish settlers intend to desecrate the Aqsa Mosque on July 29 encouraged by a recent Knesset draft law stipulating that the Aqsa Mosque is under Israel’s authority.
“The occupation state and its Zionist government should know that the international law will be the judge sooner or later,” the Jordanian official stressed.
“Jordan represented by its Hashemite leadership, its people and its army, has sacrificed throughout history and since the emergence of the Palestinian cause with everything dear and precious and lost martyrs for Jerusalem and Palestine,” the official underscored.
He called on the UN, the Arab League, the organization of the Islamic cooperation and the Jerusalem committee headed by Moroccan King Mohamed bin Al-Hasan to hasten to invite the international community to assume their responsibilities towards the Palestinian Islamic and Christian holy sites.