Israeli security forces at the Al-Aqsa compound, East Jerusalem, Palestine, April 5, 2023. (Reuters Photo)
Israeli police attacked Muslim worshippers and arrested hundreds in a raid on Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque on Wednesday.
Police claimed they had "arrested and removed over 350 individuals that violently barricaded" themselves inside the mosque.
It added; "When the police entered, stones were thrown at them and fireworks were fired from inside the mosque by a large group of agitators."
The Palestinian Red Crescent said 12 Palestinians sustained wounds from rubber-tipped bullets and beatings in clashes with Israeli police.
It added that Israeli forces were preventing its medics from reaching the area.
The incident drew a sharp reaction from Arab countries.
Jordan and Egypt issued statements strongly condemning the incident, while Saudi Arabia said Israel's "storming" of Al-Aqsa undermined peace efforts.
Over the past year, Israeli forces have made thousands of arrests in the West Bank and killed more than 250 Palestinians.
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