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The WAQF has denied allegations of Israeli looting in al-Aqsa

The Jerusalem WAQF has acted with the special statement in which he commented on reports of looting by Israeli army and police the collection of the Museum of Islamic antiquities, located on the Temple mount.

According to the news site of the Second channel, the statement said that these reports are not true. After the audit revealed that all the artifacts are in place.

It is noted that during the search were seized computers, hacked lock boxes, which contain the Museum’s collection, the chemicals used in the storage and restoration of antiquities.

We will remind that on July 14 at the Temple mount two policemen were killed – ensign, hail Sataf from the village of Mrar, and warrant officer Camille Shanan from the village of Hurfeish. Three terrorists shot dead.

On the same day, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a meeting with heads of power departments – the Minister of defense Avigdor Liberman, IDF chief of staff Gadi Gadi eizenkot Minister of internal security by Gilad Ardana and the inspector General of police, Roni Alchahol.

It was taken the decision to close the Temple mount compound and conduct of searches of searches of weapons and extremist literature, and also about the interrogation of employees of the Waqf. The temple mount remained closed for several days.

After resumption of service, the Chairman of the International Jerusalem Foundation Hassan Khatar said that the Israelis confiscated the artefacts from the Museum’s collection of al-Aqsa and accused Israel of looting.

The WAQF has denied allegations of Israeli looting in al-Aqsa 10.08.2017

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