Kamil al-Khatib, the deputy head of the Islamic Movement in Israel, is accusing Arab officials of giving a green light to "Judaizing actions" around the al-Aqsa Mosque.
He also says that the officials incite against the Islamic Movement in order to ban its activities and neutralize the group in its struggle.
During an interview with the Hamas newspaper Falastin, Khatib expressed his wonder over the usefulness provided by Arab officials when "Rabbi Yehuda Glick walks around the al-Aqsa courtyard and provokes Muslims around the world?"
He further claimed that "His [Glick's] settlers hold Talmudic ceremonies and settler weddings around the al-Aqsa Mosque, and these are dangerous signs that they see their imaginary Temple in the al-Aqsa Mosque. This is in spite of the agreements the Jordanian regime made to prevent any Talmudic ceremonies within the area of the al-Aqsa Mosque."
Khatib warned that the "Judaization policy" will reach its height during Passover and "whoever thinks that an understanding with the occupation will lead to a freezing of the program is deluded, because every day the occupation implements its racist Talmudic plan within the al-Aqsa Mosque, on the land bordering it in the Old City, and throughout Jerusalem."
The Islamic Movement's northern branch was recently outlawed for its connections to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. Khatib has previously claimed that the victims in November's ISIS attack in Paris are unimportant because non-Muslim countries also kill people.