Many Palestinians are wary of these religious and nationalist Jewish visits, which have grown in breadth and regularity over the years, because of concern that Israel may have long-term plans to annex or partition the site. According to Israeli officials, there are long-standing accords that let Jews to visit the Muslim-run site but not to perform religious services there. Nonetheless, the nation is being governed by the most right-wing administration in its history, with ultra-nationalists in positions of authority.

After an Israeli police raid on a mosque last week, tensions at the Focus Shrine grew. Palestinians have repeatedly surrounded the Al-Aqsa Mosque with rocks and fireworks in order to demand the ability to pray there overnight, which Israel has customarily permitted.

Beginning on Wednesday, the bloodshed at the shrine provoked rocket fire from the Gaza Strip and southern Lebanon by Palestinian terrorists, and Israeli warplanes hit both regions.

Ismail Haniyeh’s team was met by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Sunday, according to a statement released by the militant group’s media office in Lebanon. The two talked about “the most significant developments in occupied Palestine, the development of events at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the intensifying resistance in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, as well as general political developments in the region, the readiness of the resistance axis and the cooperation of its parties.” In the statement, it is said.

Haniyeh, who entered Lebanon last week moments before rockets from southern Lebanon were fired against Israel, was set to.

insurgents in Syria launched two volleys of rockets into Israel and the Golan Heights, which Israel has seized, late on Saturday and early on Sunday. The first volley of missiles were fired, according to a Palestinian organization located in Damascus that is allied with the Syrian government, in response for the Al-Aqsa raids.

A missile from the opening round came down in a field on the Golan Heights. The Jordanian military stated that pieces of another damaged missile fell on Jordanian soil close to the Syrian border. Two rockets were fired at Israel in the second round, with one being intercepted and the other falling in a wide open space, according to the Israeli military.

Israel retaliated by firing artillery on the Syrian region where the rockets were launched. Afterwards, the military claimed