Human Rights Institutions Association – HRIA warns in a letter that was sent to the Secretary-General of the United Nations António Guterres, the President of the Security Council Jose Sengro, President of the United Nations General Assembly Volkan Bozkir, the peace envoy to the Middle East Thor Winsland, the President of the European Union Charles Michel, the Commissioner for Foreign Policy of the European Union Josep Borrell, and President of the Human Rights Council Nozha Shamim Khan, from the intention of Israeli settlers to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque on the twenty-eighth of the current month of Ramadan.
Association clarified that this act would lead to clashes and civilian casualties. It urged those parties and personalities to intervene urgently to prevent this storm on the date announced by the extremist settler groups. The Association expressed its concern about the calls of the extremist Temple groups to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque and affirmed that It is the responsibility of the international community to protect the city of Jerusalem in particular, given the international resolutions and laws that have stipulated to protect it from extremist settler groups such as the Temple group, as it is not the first time that Israel has ignored these international decisions and laws, giving the fact of its decision to make Jerusalem its eternal capital, which represents a blatant challenge to international legitimacy and its decisions, foremost Resolution No. 250 of 1968 and Resolution No. 253 of 1968.
Human Rights Institutions Association expressed its concern regarding the escalation of events at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and urged the international community through the United Nations, represented by the Secretary-General, the General Assembly of the United Nations, the Security Council, the peace envoy to the Middle East, the European Union, and all international and human rights organizations and bodies to work seriously in order to stop these criminal schemes of the racist settler groups, and to prevent any acts that could fuel the conflict and provoke acts of violence and killing inside the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Association also urged them to oblige the occupation government to respect international agreements and laws and to support the Palestinian people in order to gain their freedom and right to self-determination and protect them from criminal attacks by extremist settler groups.