Jerusalem media center said a gang of 20 Jewish women declared their intent to desecrate the Aqsa Mosque on Tuesday morning.
In a press release, the center explained that a Jewish assembly called women for the temple led by Zionist female figures Einat Ziv and Rivka Shimon seeks to regulate continuous break-ins through the allocation of two days per month for desecration of the Aqsa Mosque.
It added that all orthodox Jewish women were invited through internet announcements to participate in these regular break-ins, especially the one which would be organized today.
The invitation announcements noted that rabi Ati Elizur would come along the feminist group that would storm the Aqsa Mosque this morning under police protection.
In a related context, the Egyptian parliament strongly denounced on Monday Israel's Judaization attacks on the Aqsa Mosque and Al-Ibrahimi Mosque.
Addressing the parliament, head of its committee on Arab affairs Mohamed Adris called for necessarily supporting the Palestinian cause as a central cause and help the Palestinians to restore their usurped rights and establish their independent state.
He also called for delegating some members of the parliament to visit the besieged Gaza Strip to renew the parliament's commitment to supporting the Palestinian cause.
Meanwhile, in a related context the Zionist district committee for planning and building approved on Monday a plan to build what it called the foot center in Wadi Hilwa neighborhood of Silwan area, Al-Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage said.
In a report, the Aqsa foundation stated that Israel intensified and accelerated unprecedentedly its Judaization activities around the Aqsa Mosque compared to its plans in the past which took years before approval and implementation.
The foundation said it had monitored Israeli moves to build a huge tourist project on a seized Palestinian land near the fence of the old city of occupied Al-Quds (Jerusalem).
The Israeli occupation authority used this Palestinian land as a parking lot for Jewish settlers and the settlement outpost Zuwar center or David city and now it intends to build a Jewish center in this land, according to the report.
The report noted that this project is part of a larger scheme to Judaize the entire circumference of the Aqsa Mosque.
It also warned that this Jewish center and its annexes would be connected to a network of tunnels that were established beneath Silwan and Wadi Hilwa areas, and the vicinity of the Aqsa Mosque and would be like a pivot point for Judaization activities in Al-Quds.