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During his first visit to Al-Khalil city since 1998, Benjamin Netanyahu stated that Israeli settlers are not strangers and they will stay in Al-Khalil forever.
In this regard, the Palestinian Ministry of Religious Endowment denounced this statement and declared that it reflected the racism of Israeli occupation and constituted a dangerous escalation against Palestinian residents in Al-Khalil.
The Palestinian residents of Al-Khalil said that Israeli occupation forces practiced daily narrowing procedures and closed Al-Ibrahimi Mosque to prevent worshippers from performing their daily prayers.
Since 1994, Israeli occupation divided Al-Ibrahimi Mosque into two parts to allow Israeli illegal settlers to practice their Talmudic rituals.
It is noteworthy that Al-Ibrahimi Mosque lies in the old city of Al- Khalil which resides 400 Israeli settlers and 1500 Israeli soldiers.