Day 34: Al-Aqsa Flood Operation in the city of Jerusalem
On the 34th day of “Al-Aqsa Flood” Operation, the siege imposed on Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City continued, and raids and arrests continued in the city of Jerusalem.
The Wadi Hilweh Information Center - Jerusalem explained that the occupation authorities continue to prevent entry to Al-Aqsa Mosque, except for the elderly, and also impose restrictions on them at several times.
The center quoted a number of worshipers as saying that the forces stationed at the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque prevent entry to it and impose severe restrictions: “identity checks, physical searches, and field investigations.” These procedures are followed against every person who wants to enter Al-Aqsa.
Worshipers noted that the forces prevented young people from entering Al-Aqsa, while allowing a small number of elderly people to enter and pray there.
Settlers' raids on Al-Aqsa Mosque continued, and 131 extremists carried out their raids on Al-Aqsa, during the morning and afternoon periods.
For the second month in a row, the forces prevent sitting in the Damascus Gate area (the courtyard and the steps), and they continue to spread and be present at all gates of the Old City, and subject young men and women to investigation, arrest, and identity checks.
In the evening hours, clashes broke out in the village of Issawiya.
The forces also stormed the Karam al-Sheikh neighborhood in the town of Silwan.
The forces continued to storm towns and neighborhoods in Jerusalem, and the center monitored the arrest of:
1. Wissam Abu Rayaleh
2. Ahmed Abu Rayaleh
3. Hanin Abu Laban
4. Tala Rimawi
5. Thabet Hallaq
6. Tamara Abu Laban
7. Ahmad Mahmoud