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Secret Talks between Riyadh and Tel Aviv on Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem
Hebrew sources revealed

Secret Talks between Riyadh and Tel Aviv on Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem

Israel Hayom reported that Riyadh and Tel Aviv have been engaged in the discussions over Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem since last December

NOURNEWS - In an interview with the newspaper, the Israel Hayom reported Top anonymous Saudi diplomats acknowledged that sensitive and confidential contacts with diplomats and security forces from Israel, United States and Saudi Arabia were part of efforts to advance the deal of the century.

The newspaper quoted a high-ranking Saudi source as saying that a few months ago, Jordan, as the director of the Quds Islamic Endowment, was strongly opposed to any change in the Islamic Endowment Council at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

According to the paper, following the events of Bab al-Rahma last year and the controversy over electronic doors three years ago, Jordan stopped protesting against the expansion of the Quds Islamic Endowment Council and, in an exceptional move, agreed with Palestinian representatives to join the council, contrary to Oslo agreements.

Jordan sent a message to Israel and the United States that the ruling family in Jordan is ready to soften its stance and agree to Saudi Arabia joining the Jerusalem Endowment Council. Without affecting Jordan's special status.

On the other hand, Jordan stipulated that the Saudis have financial support for the active Islamic populations in occupied Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and to exert political pressure to expel the active Turkish populations in the city under Palestinian cover.

The newspaper quoted a high-ranking Arab diplomat as saying that if the Jordanians allowed the Turks to work freely in the Al-Aqsa Mosque, they would be listed in documents for a few years as special owners in the management of the holy sites. According to the diplomat, Jordan needs Saudi money and influence to confront Erdogan, and this is in the interests of Israel and the United States, as the two sides are working to secure Saudi support for Trump and Netanyahu's plan and the annexation operation of the West Bank, especially with Saudi Arabia's position, it will gain the approval of the UAE and Bahrain.

The source pointed out: "It is too early to say whether this step has been taken. The aim is to register the names of the Saudi representatives only as observers and in a non-binding manner so that the exclusive position of Jordan in this holy place is not harmed."

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