Palestinians kick Saudi journalist out of Al-Aqsa Mosque
The Saudi journalist, who shares pro-normalization with zionists, faced backlash in Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, where he went by invitation of the occupiers.
Palestinians drove the Saudi journalist out, during his visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied lands as part of the zionist-sponsored trip.
Journalist Mohammed Saud was recorded on Monday being chased out of the Old City of Al-Quds as Palestinians threw plastic chairs and hurled insults at him, accusing him of being a traitor and a zionist.
Saud, whose Twitter page says he is a law student, was in the city as part of a six-member Arab delegation of journalists officially hosted by the zionist terror gang's foreign ministry.
In a statement on the issue, Zionists blamed the protesting Palestinians and backed the so-called journalist.
The terror gang's foreign ministry Twitter page said that the delegation, which in addition to Saud included journalists from the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Egypt, and Jordan.
The person in question Saud stated that the "zionist people are similar to mine, they are like my family".
"I love Israel," Saud was quoted as saying, "and it was always my dream to visit Jerusalem".
"I call for advancing diplomatic relations with Saudi and Israel to further improve and upgrade the Middle East," he twitted as pro-normalization with zionists.
The normalization process is being met with great anger by the Palestinians. (ILKHA)