The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has condemned Tel Aviv regime for what it defined “fascist” calls by Israeli police for the settlers to carry guns during the Rosh HaShanah holidays in Jewish New Year.
Protesting against a plan by Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to overhaul the judiciary, dozens in the crowd entered the arrivals hall dancing and with megaphones chanted, "Democracy!" Police officers eventually escorted them out.
Israeli far-right security minister, Itmar Ben Gvir, has instructed the police on demolition of a residential building belonging to Palestinians and displacement of its residents in the Occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
On Monday, the far-right extremist said that Israeli police should begin cracking down on anti-government demonstrators who block roads. "I am in favour of protests, but anyone who blocks roads and who gets wild needs to be arrested," he told a meeting of his Otzma Yehudit party in the Knesset.
The Jordan-run Islamic Waqf Department, in charge of the holy site, said scores of Israeli settlers entered the compound in groups and performed rituals and Talmudic prayers there under the protection of Israeli police officers.
WAFA corresponded said Israeli police used and without any prior notice force to disperse protesters, firing rubber-coated steel bullets, tear gas canisters, and stun grenades, however, no injuries were reported.