Israeli authorities have ordered the closure of all border crossings along the West Bank and Gaza Strip from Sunday, September 29, until Tuesday, October 1, amid the Jewish New Year holiday. According to officials, exceptions will only be granted in "humanitarian, medical, and exceptional cases".
According to media reports, activists reportedly stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday, the first day of the holidays.
Further such incidents, as well as crowded conditions, transportation disruptions, and heightened security measures are expected during this time.
Israel usually closes its borders with the West bank and Gaza Strip on public holidays to prevent possible attacks.
Individuals in Israel and the Palestinian Territories are advised to monitor developments to the situation, adhere to all instructions issued by local authorities, and anticipate transportation disruptions and heightened security measures.
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