Like most countries of the Arab world, social networking sites in Egypt witnessed great popular support for the people of the occupied city of Jerusalem in general, and those stationed in the Al-Aqsa Mosque in particular, after the continued attacks by the Israeli occupation forces and their attempt to storm the mosque, which is the first of the two qiblahs and the third of the two mosques for Muslims.
Social media pages were filled with posts and tweets from public figures, activists, and ordinary citizens supporting the stationers in the Al-Aqsa Mosque and conveying the storming attempts moment by moment, and denouncing the lax government positions, which stopped at weak statements, demanding a firm stance on the repeated attacks of the occupation forces.
On Monday morning, the Israeli occupation forces stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, using rubber bullets, stun grenades and tear gas, and wounded more than 215 Palestinians, including paramedics, according to a statement by the Palestinian Red Crescent Society
These events came after a hot night of clashes in occupied Jerusalem that included several areas, which resulted in injuries and arrests among Palestinians, while the Palestinian anger expanded to include the Green Line and Gaza.
The scope of the confrontations expanded tonight when the occupation army announced the launch of a military operation on Gaza under the name “Guardian of the Walls” after launching raids that left 20 martyrs and dozens of wounded, while the Palestinian resistance continued to fire rockets at Israeli targets, and threatened a stronger response