A young man injured with live bullets...soldiers and Musta’ribeen units injured and the arrest of 21 Jerusalemites on Friday’s
September 19, 2015

Hundreds of Palestinians performed the Friday’s Dawn and Noon Prayers in the street of Jerusalem on the asphalt after they were prevented from entering A-Aqsa Mosque; the Israeli forces deliberately harassed and suppressed the worshippers. Prayers on asphalt The occupation forces were deployed since the early morning hours in the streets of Jerusalem and prevented men under the age of 40 from entering the Old City of Jerusalem or Al-Aqsa Mosque. Therefore, they were forced to perform the Friday Noon Prayer on asphalt in the areas of Wadi Al-Joz, Dung Gate, Ras Al-Amoud and Herod’s Gate (areas leading to Al-Aqsa Mosque) in addition to prayers held at Al-Aqsa gates stressing their refusal to the Israeli unjust decisions; they were surrounded by the occupation forces. Suppression and firing sound grenades The occupation forces deliberately suppressed the worshippers in the streets of Jerusalem by pushing and preventing them from moving and by firing sound grenades towards them. At Damascus Gate -Al-Musrara area, the   Israeli forces fired sound grenades towards a group of worshippers (before the prayer) and arrested the young man Wasim Bader after assaulting and severely beating him. In Nablus Street (area of Damascus Gate), the forces fired a sound grenades towards a group of young men after finishing the prayer while the Special Forces pushed the worshippers before and during the prayer; worshippers organized a march in support of Al-Aqsa. The forces also suppressed the worshippers near Al-Majles Gate and pushed them and fired a sound grenade towards the young men; they also pushed them near Al-Silsileh Gate. The forces fired two sound grenades to disperse the worshippers in the area of Wadi Al-Al-Joz and pushed the young men who attempted to cross the iron barriers in an attempt to reach their home after the prayer. In the neighborhood of Ras Al-Amoud, the forces fired sound grenades towards the worshippers who were getting ready for the Friday Prayer, and fired sound grenades towards the Ras Al-Amoud Mosque. Before the Prayer, verbal altercations broke out in between the worshippers and the soldiers who attempted to prevent them from praying in the streets. The forces also arrested Naser Ajloni from Hutta Gate and the paramedic Wisam Hammoudeh. Jabal Al-Mukabber The village of Jabal Al-Mukabber witnessed the most violent clashes between the occupation forces and the young men Mohammad Ali Aweisat was injured with live bullets by the Musta’ribeen (undercover police) unit; Mohammad was arrested after suffering the injury. Witnesses explained that the village of Jabal Al-Mukabber witnessed violent clashes that started from the Schools’ Street and spread to the middle of the village. During the clashes, a Musta’ribeen unit raided the village in an attempt to execute arrests but the young men confronted them which led to the injury of one of them with burn due to a Molotov Cocktail. Also, some of them were injured with live bullets by mistake when trying to open fire towards the young men. According to the initial information available to Wadi Hilweh Information Center, the vehicle of the Musta’ribeen had two people that raided the village and arrested a child but the young men were able to free the child. During the raid, stones were thrown towards the Musta’ribeen and one of them was injured. The Musta’ribeen unit attempted to set-up another ambush for the young men in a different street and a Molotov Cocktail was thrown at them. The center was informed that the occupation forces raided and searched houses in the village and also executed random arrests in the area. The force also arrested the journalist photographer Mahmoud Alayan- Al-Quds Newspaper photographer- while monitoring the events in the village of Jabal Al-Mukabber. The forces arrested Yazan Sami Aweisat (18), Laith Khalayleh (17), Mujahed Obeidyeh (16), Ahmad Aweisat (17), Shadi Za’atra (22), Mohammad Alayan Shkeirat (21), Mohammad Alayan (23) and Ibrahim Mashahra (20) from Jabal Al-Mukabber and assaulted and severely beat them. Silwan In the morning hours, young men threw Molotov Cocktails and firecrackers towards a police vehicle and limited clashes broke out in the Schools’ Street and near the settlement of Ras Al-Amoud, The forces arrested 6 Jerusalemites from Silwan under the pretext of chanting “God is Great” near Ein Silwan and the guard of Elad settlement organization attempted to prevent them from entering Al-Ein and called the police which arrested the young men. The detainees are: Ala’ Abu Tayeh (17), Mohammad Abu Thiab (17), Mohammad Hashem Al-Qaq (21), Ali Abu Thiab (20) and Salah Al-A’war (20). Al-Tur One child was injured with a rubber bullet in the head during the occupation forces’ raid on the village of Al-r. The forces randomly fired tear-gas and sound grenades and rubber bullets and turned the streets of the village into a hit-and-run area between the occupation forces and young men who rose up to support Al-Aqsa Mosque for the fifth consecutive day. The forces arrested the child Sami Abu Sara. Esawyeh Clashes broke out in the village of Esawyeh after the occupation forces raided the neighborhoods of the village and heavily fired tear-gas and sound grenades towards the locals and their property. The occupation authorities established checkpoints at the entrance of the village and precisely searched vehicles and passengers’ IDs in an attempt to provoke the residents and harass them; the village of Esawyeh has been witnessing clashes since the beginning of the week in support of Al-Aqsa Mosque. Sheikh Jarrah The occupation’s Special Forces raided the building of “Al-Sumoud Camp” in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah and one resident explained that forces raided several houses and arrested the 17-year old Louai Abed Rabbo. The center was informed that the forces also arrested the Jerusalemite Islam Tahan while passing through Qalandia military checkpoint. Shu’fat refugee camp Clashes broke out in Shu’fat refugee camp and lasted for several hours. Thaer Fasfoos, spokesman of Fateh movement in the refugee camp, explained that an Israeli soldier was injured with burn after a Molotov Cocktail was thrown towards him when dozens of forces attempted to raid the refugee camp. Fasfoos added that the clashes were mostly near the military camp and the forces heavily fired tear-gas in the streets of the camp. Fasfoos was injured with a “new” kind of bullets in his leg while being in one of the streets and dozens others suffocated. The journalist photographer Mohammad Isho was injured with a rubber bullet in his leg. According to the Israeli police, the forces arrested one young man during the clashes. Al-Sowaneh The Special Forces raided the alleys and neighborhoods of Al-Sowaneh east of the Old City of Jerusalem and raided the courtyards of several houses. They also went on top of the roofs of several houses and fired sound grenades in the courtyards. Clashes broke out near the settlement of “Bet Aort” established on the lands of Al-Sowaneh. Wadi Al-Joz Clashes also broke out in the neighborhood of Wadi Al-Joz and the forces fired sound grenades and rubber bullets while young men responded with firecrackers. The forces raided the “Hosh” of Sa’eedeh family and assaulted the residents and then fired a sound grenade inside the “Hosh” which led to the injury of a woman in her leg.

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