On Tuesday, 116 Israelis took part in a raid on Al-Aqsa, according to the Islamic Waqf Department, which administers the site.
A Jordanian government department has also claimed that Israeli police protect the settlers.
A common far-right Israeli tactic is to storm Mughrabi Gate in Al-Aqsa Mosque, to the southwest of the holy site, to raid the compound.
Despite protests from the Waqf Department, Israeli police allowed raids at Al-Aqsa, considered Islam’s third holiest site.
During the 1967 war, Israel occupied east Jerusalem, which contains the holy mosque. 1980 was the year that Israel illegally annexed the entire city of Jerusalem.
Jerusalem’s Christian and Muslim holy sites, including Al-Aqsa, are under the guardianship of Jordan under the prevailing status quo.
Far-right Israeli settler groups regularly raid the mosque compound under police protection.