Ayoub Kara affirmed that the channel upheld “psychological oppression”, and said the two its Arabic and English-dialect diverts would be taken off air.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as of late blamed the telecaster for induction.
Al Jazeera has furiously protected its notoriety and says it is free.
Mr Netanyahu blamed the container Arab TV channel for fuelling a current emergency around a heavenly site in Jerusalem referred to Muslims as Haram al-Sharif and to Jews as the Temple Mount.
New safety efforts forced by Israel after two policemen were slaughtered adjacent started dissents by Palestinians, and the Israeli government inevitably expelled the security mechanical assembly, which included metal finders.
The Israeli head administrator promised in late July to “oust Al Jazeera” for its detailing of the issue, which he said actuated brutality.
Mr Kara said satellite TV suppliers had consented to take the system off the air, yet that end its Jerusalem department would require facilitate enactment.
Al Jazeera says its columnists were banished from the question and answer session where the declaration was made.
Al Jazeera has gone under assault from a few governments in the locale as of late to the worry of free press campaigners.
Saudi Arabia and Jordan both close bureaux of the Qatari-subsidized supporter as a major aspect of their conciliatory crusade against the small Gulf state.
Al Jazeera hits back at conclusion calls
Closing the system was on a rundown of 13 requests by the four Arab countries driving the blacklist of Qatar that were tabled in June however later dropped.
Qatar’s Arabic-dialect news direct first propelled in 1996, and shook up the media scene in the Middle East via airing reactions of governments and rulers in the district.
Al Jazeera says it was the principal Arabic channel to highlight Israeli lawmakers and analysts reporting in real time.
Israel has however regularly blamed it for being one-sided in revealing the Israel-Palestinian clash.