Al-Aqsa: Isolating five guards and one employee from their work location…and preventing women from entering
August 31, 2015

The occupation police isolated on Monday five of Al-Aqsa guards and an employee of the reconstruction committee after interrogating them at Al-Qishleh police station in the Old City of Jerusalem. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation police called five of Al-Aqsa guards for interrogation at Al-Qishleh police center and handed them orders of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque for two months; they are: Fadi Alayan, Tarek Abu Sbeih, Baha’ Abu Sbeih, Arafat Najib and Hussam Sider. The center was also informed that the police isolated Thaer Abu Sneineh from Al-Aqsa for two months; Thaer is an employee of the reconstruction committee. The police also called another group of guards for interrogation. Preventing women from entering Al-Aqsa The occupation police continued to prevent women from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque and continued to establish iron barriers at its gates. The center was informed that the police prevented all women from entering Al-Aqsa from the morning hours until 11:00 a.m. and conditioned to detain their IDs before entering. The women organized a sit-in at Al-Silsileh Gate after they were barred from entering. The forces assaulted and pushed the women while staying near Al-Aqsa Gates. Breaking into Al-Aqsa On Monday, 28 settlers broke into Al-Aqsa Mosque through Dung Gate and carried out their tour to its courtyards under heaving protection by the Israeli forces and while Al-Aqsa was under siege.