The occupation authorities deport two British people and deprived them from staying at Al-Aqsa Mosque…extending the arrest of an Eritrean
June 27, 2016

The occupation authorities decided on Sunday night to deport two British people back to their country after they were arrested from the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque. The authorities also decided to deport a Palestinian to the city of Tulkarem and banned him from staying in Jerusalem.

Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud explained that the Israeli police decided to deport Julqan Hedarqan and Mohammad Farroukh to Britain and banned them from staying in Jerusalem; they were released from the detention center and were immediately taken to the airport.

The police also decided to release Mohammad Taleb Nasif on condition of going back to Tulkarem.

The lawyer added that the police extended the arrest of 22-year old Mohammad Othman from Eritrea and Ihsan Jarrar from the city of Ramallah until Tuesday.

The two young men were arrested on Sunday morning (26/6/2016) after the occupation forces raided Al-Aqsa Mosque through Dung Gate and assaulted the worshippers; many were injured by rubber bullets, bruises and burns.