World Bulletin / News Desk
World Bulletin's editor-in-chief Akif Emre analyses the reasons behind the latest assault on sacred Islamic site by Israeli security forces on Jewish New Year.
In a systemic and dangerous manner, Israel is giving the signals for a plan to be carried out and their manic plans to Judaize Al-Aqsa Mosque are being put in place.
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