The occupation imposes restriction on the entrance of Muslims to Al-Aqsa Mosque…the arrest of one girl and one boy
August 24, 2015

The occupation authorities closed on Monday morning most of Al-Aqsa Mosque’s gates and prevented the students of female religious schools and children under the age of 17 from entering Al-Aqsa while settlers were allowed to break-in through Dung Gate. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation police closed most of Al-Aqsa Gates except for Hutta, Al-Majles and Al-Silsileh Gates and prevented all children females of religious schools from entering Al-Aqsa; note that they detained the IDs of several young men before allowing them in. Witnesses added that the occupation police established checkpoints and deployed its forces at Al-Aqsa gates that were left open. Witnesses added that groups of settlers broke into Al-Aqsa through Dung Gate and were protected by the Israeli police amid chants of “God is Great” by the worshippers who managed to enter the Mosque. Women gathered at Al-Silsileh Gate after they were prevented from entering and the forced used force to push them away from the area. Witnesses said that the police arrested a girl from the area of Bab Hutta near Al-Aqsa Mosque. On the other hand, the forces arrested the 14-year old Qusai Dari after aiding his house in the village of Esawyeh.


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