In a statement, the Jordan-run Islamic Waqf Department, which oversees the holy sites in Jerusalem al-Quds, said 144 settlers entered the complex under police protection, passing through from the Al-Maqaribe (Moroccans) Gate southwest of the mosque.
The group left the sacred site after wandering in the courtyard of Haram al-Sharif.
According to the peace treaty signed between Israel and Jordan on October 26, 1994, Al-Aqsa Mosque or Masjid al-Aqsa is under the auspices of the Jerusalem Al-Quds Islamic Waqf Administration, which is affiliated with the Jordanian Ministry of Foundations, Islamic Affairs, and Holiness.
However, since 2003, without the permission of the administration, Jews have been entering the holy shrine with the unilateral decision of Israel, accompanied by police.
Describing these entries as "raiding", the Jerusalem Al-Quds Islamic Waqf says that the sovereignty of Muslims is violated.