The occupation isolates two women from Al-Aqsa Mosque…clashes in Al-Tur
September 3, 2015

The occupation police isolated on Thursday two women from Al-Aqsa Mosque and released three others on condition of attending interrogation next week. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation forces raided the house of Aida Sidawi on Thursday early morning in the Old City of Jerusalem and arrested her after searching and damaging her house-contents. The center was informed that the police handed her an order to isolate her from Al-Aqsa Mosque for two months after interrogating her. In a related matter, the police isolated Ghadeer Ja’bari from Al-Aqsa for 43 days from the morning hours until 12 p.m. The police released Ikram Ghazzawi on condition of attending court on Sunday; note that she was arrested after raiding her home in the neighborhood of Al-Thori in Silwan. The police also released Jihad and Samah Ghazzawi on condition of attending interrogation on Monday. Clashes in Al-Tur On the other hand, clashes broke out on Thursday night in Al-Tur after the forces assaulted the children and elderly in the main street of Al-Tur. Witnesses explained that the forces verbally assaulted a group of children in the main street of Al-Tur which led to the breakout of verbal altercations between the forces and the locals of Al-Tur. Witnesses added that the forces attacked the elderly and the children using batons while they were in Abu Ghannam coffee shop and injured many of them with bruises. Minutes later, the forces randomly fired sound grenades leading to clashes in the area.