Isolating 21 Palestinians from Al-Aqsa Mosque and the city of Jerusalem
September 27, 2015

The occupation authorities isolated 10 young Jerusalemite men for periods that various between two weeks and 6 months from Al-Aqsa Mosque. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation forces stormed into several houses in the city, arrested the young men and handed them calls for interrogation at Al-Qishleh police center; they were then handed the isolation orders. They are: Thaer Zghayyar, Abdullah Nimer (2 weeks), Mohammad Arafeh (6 months), Ibrahim Abu Sneineh, Walid Tufaha, Nour Shalabi, Mohammad Hashlamon and Mahmoud Jundi (two months), Amir Bilbeisi (one month) and Mustafa Hashlamon. In a related matter, four young men from the 1948 lands were isolated from Al-Aqsa Mosque. They are: Amin Abu Diab, Sindbad Taha, Sheikh Fouad Abu Qmeir and Khalil Akri. Also, people from the 1948 lands were ordered to stay away from the city of Jerusalem for periods between two weeks and three months. Sheikh Hussam Abu Leil, second deputy for the Islamic movement in the 1948 lands, Ala’ Abu Al-Hayja’, Mahdi Masalha, Dr. Hikmat Na’amneh and the photographer of Al-Jazeera Live TV, Omar Siam, were handed orders of staying away from Jerusalem for two week which Wisam Sweiti was ordered to stay away for three months. The occupation forces also deported Amir Abu Qmeir from Jerusalem until 7/10/2015 and until 1/11/2015 from Al-Aqsa Mosque.