Isolating two women and one young man from Al-Aqsa Mosque
November 26, 2013

The Israeli police isolated two women and one young man from Al-Aqsa Mosque until 08/12/2013 under the pretext of “disturbance of public order and being a threat to the lives of citizens.” Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the police isolated Ammar Fakhouri –one of Al-Aqsa students (Masateb), Dalal Hashlamon –a student at Al-Aqsa, and Ibtisam Mustafa from Al-Aqsa until the above mentioned date. The forces arrested Fakhouri while attempting to go inside Al-Aqsa through Lions gate while Hashlamon was arrested from inside Al-Aqsa courtyards; note that verbal altercations occurred between her and the Israeli soldiers before entering Al-Aqsa through Al-Qataneen gate after they tried to prevent her, and she was then arrested from inside Al-Aqsa courtyards along with her son who is an employee of Al-Awqaf. The police called Ibtisam Mustafa, a teacher in “Al-Omarya” school, for investigation in Al-Qishleh because her students chanted “God is Great” inside Al-Aqsa courtyards when she accompanied them during the project of “tours of Jerusalem schools.”