Israeli police banish two Jerusalemites from Aqsa Mosque

Days of Palestine – Jerusalem – The Israeli occupation police on Friday handed two Jerusalemite citizens orders banning their entry to the Aqsa Mosque for different months.

According to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center, Siraj an-Natsha was banished from the Aqsa Mosque for six months and Mohamed Abu Ghannam for three months.

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The Israeli police also issued a summons for interrogation against another Jerusalemite called Alaa Abu Omar after accusing him of assaulting an officer and inciting to violence on social media.

Local sources said that the police failed to arrest Abu Omar after chasing him in Beit Hanina town, east of Jerusalem.

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Meanwhile, police forces on Friday rounded up a young man called Wisam Sidr from Bab Ḥuṭa neighborhood in the Old City of Jerusalem after brutally beating him. The police decided to extend his detention until next Wednesday.

(Source / 18.09.2021)

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