The Security Council convenes to discuss the conflict in Jerusalem

According to Fars News Agency’s International Service, international news sources reported today, Monday, that the UN Security Council will convene tomorrow (Tuesday) to review the recent clashes in occupied Jerusalem.

The attacks and attacks of the Zionist military on Al-Aqsa Mosque, which started on Friday and have continued until today. Al-Mayadin reporter also reported this morning that the settlers attacked the mosque with the support of the occupying forces in Jerusalem.

Thousands of Palestinians in various occupied territories have been protesting against the occupation for days; Now, the occupiers, by increasing their security measures and the number of their troops, are seeking to ensure the security of the settlers and to continue the attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Hundreds of thousands of Israelis live in Jewish settlements built by the Zionist regime after the 1967 war and the occupation of Palestinian lands in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

The United Nations and most of the countries of the world consider the settlements of the Zionist regime illegal because the regime occupied these lands in the war of 1967, and according to the Geneva Convention, any construction by the occupier in the occupied territories is prohibited.

The Palestinians are seeking an independent state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip with Jerusalem as its capital. They also want Israel to withdraw from the territories occupied in 1967, but Israel refuses to return to the six-day pre-war borders.

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