Day 127: Jerusalem during “Al-Aqsa Flood” Operation
On the 127th day of "Al-Aqsa Flood Operation", the occupation authorities continued to impose their restrictions on the entry of worshipers to Al-Aqsa Mosque, and a sit-in was organized in the "Friday Market" land on the eve of a hearing in the District Court to decide the issue of land ownership, as the forces continue to set up checkpoints and deploy in the city of Jerusalem.
The occupation authorities continued to impose restrictions on the entry of worshipers to Al-Aqsa Mosque, by stopping those coming to it and preventing young men and women from entering it, in addition to placing iron barriers on all its gates and the roads leading to it, in a procedure followed since last October 7th.
A sit-in in the "Friday Market" area
A sit-in was organized in the land of the "Friday Market" on the road leading to the Yusufiya cemetery and Lions Gate, on the eve of a hearing in the District Court to decide the ownership of the land.
The police closed the entrance to the land with cement blocks and also placed them inside the land, to prevent its use until the ownership issue is decided, knowing that it is used as a parking lot for vehicles.
Last weekend, the Nature and Parks Authority and the Jerusalem Development Authority" tried to carry out works inside the land, and the owners of the land confronted them.
Raids and deployment
The forces continued to deploy in the streets of Jerusalem and set up roadblocks randomly in the streets of the city.