Holes in dome rock, rain water seeping in, seeking permission for repairs
Cracks have been seen in some of the walls of the Al-Aqsa Mosque due to the occupation state’s excavations. Al-Aqsa Mosque Director Al-Sheikh Omar Al-Kuswani has demanded.
The need to provide the necessary tools and equipment to repair the water network in the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and said that due to the non-repair of the dome rock, holes have formed in it.
And the rain water is entering inside the mosque. Al-Kuswani explained to the Palestinian Information Center. The fact that a fence had been erecte around the Dome of the Rock. Indicating that the mosque’s guards and maintenance workers in the Awqaf Department.
Who were task with immediate maintenance of the water leak. We used to be unable to repair it due to the restrictions imposed by Israel. He added that we will start the work immediately after the Friday prayer because the water is entering due to the holes in the roof of the dome and Bab al-Hatta.
. He pointed out that maintenance workers have been working on tests for the presence of excessive water usage in the water network at Al-Aqsa Mosque for three days, which is evidence of water leakage.
Experts provided cameras and sensors until we found the exact location of the leak in the network. The work will continue day and night until the work is complete, he added.
Call for network renewal. He asserted that the leakage of water that appeared in the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque this Friday was due to a malfunction in the water pipes connected to the Bab al-Majlis.
Cracks have been seen in occupied Jerusalem. Stones have fallen from the pillars of al-Aqsa in recent weeks. According to the Department of Islamic Endowments in occupied Bethlehem. It caused cracks in the western and southern walls.