The head of the Jerusalem International Center, Hassan Khater, warned in a press statement of a “real disaster for Jerusalem” after stealing important documents from al-Aqsa mosque by the occupation during the period the Palestinians were prevented from entering it.
The stolen documents are related to the real estate registry of Al-Awqaf Department, which represents 90 percent of the Old City, comprising property, land and Islamic endowment.
The Jerusalem International Center is of the view that the occupation paves the way to manipulate the documents that they took in order to damage Al-Awqaf.
The acquisition of documents will reveal the details and secrets of Al-Awqaf and the signatures on them. It will enable Tel Aviv to obtain signatures, know who are the authorized persons, and how to transfer or ways to deal with the ownership of Al-Waqf. In effect, know all its details and contents, as per the Palestinian agency “Ma’an”.
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