Isolation and deportation orders from Al-Aqsa and the West Bank…arrests
The occupation authorities isolated on Friday 7 women and a citizen from Al-Aqsa Mosque, while dozens of those banned from entering Al-Aqsa performed the prayers near Lions Gate. The forces arrested four young men from the village of Jabal Al-Mukabber south of Jerusalem.
Releases…isolations from Al-Aqsa
The occupation police released 7 women and a citizen from Al-Qishleh police station in the Old City of Jerusalem, on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque until next Thursday, and immediately attend an investigation afterwards to hand over administrative deportation orders.
The decisions included: Nahida Mahajneh 66 years, Islam Mahameed, Noor Mahameed, MuntahaImara, Samah Mahameed, Souad Obeidyeh, Ra’eda Saeed, and Sheikh Nour Rajabi.
Wadi Hilweh Information Center said that the occupation forces executed the arrests on Thursday afternoon from the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and turned all the detainees to Al-Maskobyeh police station, and extended their detention to present them to court. Then, they were released on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa. The center pointed out that the occupation forces transferred the detained women yesterday evening to Ramle prison and returned them in the morning to the police station.
The Israeli occupation forces also released the Jerusalemite Fadi Alayan, a guard at Al-Aqsa Mosque, who has been isolated from Al-Aqsa for the last 6 months. The forces stormed his house in the village of Esawyeh and arrested him on the pretext of "incitement."
Friday Prayer at the gates of Al-Aqsa
Dozens of those banned from entering Al-Aqsa and Old City of Jerusalem, performed the Friday Noon prayer at Lions Gate - one of the gates of the Old City- protesting against the isolation orders against them. After the prayer ended, the troops deployed in the area used force to expel them from the area.
The occupation forces raided the village of Jabal Al-Mukabber, south of Jerusalem and arrested Amer Mahmoud Mishaal, 33, Lu'ai Mohammed Salameh, 27, Hassan Salameh, 45, and Mohammad Ali Allan.
The Israeli occupation authorities released the freed prisoner Abdel Rahman Mahmoud on condition of being deported from the West Bank for two months and a cash guarantee.
The information center explained that the prisoner Abdel Rahman Mahmoud is a freed prisoner, who spent 17 years in the occupation’s prisons. On the day of his release on 24/2/2019, he was arrested while he and his family were heading to Jericho in an ambush set up by the occupation forces. He was then released on condition of deportation from the village of Esawyeh for 10 days. On 4/3/2019, he was summoned for interrogation and extended his detention until being released today.