Day 54: Al-Aqsa Flood Operation in the city of Jerusalem
On the 54th day of “Al-Aqsa Flood” Operation, the sixth installment of the “exchange deal” between Israel and Hamas was completed, while the forces continued their siege imposed on Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the municipality forced a Jerusalemite family to self-demolish its home.
The sixth batch of the deal
On the sixth day of the “humanitarian truce,” the occupation authorities released 30 Palestinian prisoners, while the Al-Qassam Brigades released 10 Israelis.
Among the released prisoners are 8 Jerusalemite prisoners, including two female prisoners. All of them are detained prisoners who “have not been tried,” with the exception of a freed prisoner. They are from several areas in Jerusalem: “Sur Baher, Kufor Aqab, Wadi Al-Joz, Shu’fat refugee camp, and Al-Sawahreh”, they are:
1. Abdul Rahman Al-Razem; has been detained since August 2022... and has been sentenced to actual imprisonment for a period of 21 months
2. Hanadi Al-Halwani; has been detained since December 2023
3. Khadija Khwais; has been detained since December 2023
4. Haroun Hani Alqam; has been detained since July 2023
5. Izz Eddin Totah; has been detained since July 2023
6. Nihad Jadallah; has been detained since January 2023
7. Muhammad Jadallah; has been detained since January 2023
8. Nour al-Din Abu Jum’a; has been detained since April 2023
On Thursday, the occupation intelligence summoned the families of the Jerusalemite prisoners scheduled to be released, confiscated their phones and IDs, and then set for them the conditions for the release of their children, which were “preventing gatherings, preventing the raising of flags and banners, and prohibiting the launching of fireworks,” in a procedure that the occupation authorities have followed since the first day of the exchange deal.
Forces delivered the prisoners and their summoned companion via the intelligence vehicle to the door of the house.
A continuous siege
The occupation authorities continued to impose restrictions on the entry of Palestinians to Al-Aqsa Mosque, preventing entry to it except for Islamic Endowments employees and the elderly, most of whom are residents of the Old City.
Forces are also deployed at the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
86 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque through the Dung Gate.
The forces also continue to deploy and position themselves at the gates of the Old City, especially at Herods Gate, Damascus Gate and Lions Gate.
The occupation forces stormed the surroundings or homes of the prisoners scheduled to be released, and stationed themselves at their doors.
They raided the homes of the Jadallah family, assaulted all those present, beat and pushed them, and evacuated the place of those present.
The occupation municipality forced, Louay Abu Sbeih, to self-demolish his house in Wadi Qaddoum neighborhood in Silwan.
The area of the house is 80 square meters, 7 people live in it, and it has been established for 4 months.
The occupation authorities continued arrests in the city of Jerusalem, and the center monitored the arrest of:
1. Sondos Obaid
2. Haitham Tafakji
3. Samir Saeed Sarhan
4. Thaer Mahmoud