The occupation authorities isolate 8 women from Al-Aqsa Mosque
April 10, 2016

The occupation authorities isolated on Sunday several Jerusalemite women from Al-Aqsa Mosque and extended the arrest of two others to present them to court on Monday.

Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation forces arrested 25-year old journalist Samah Dweik, correspondent of Jerusalem news network, 27-year old Nahla Siam and 20-year old Malak Aton after raiding their homes in the villages of Silwan and Sur Baher. After interrogating them, they extended the arrest of Dweik and Siam until Monday and released Aton on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 4 months.

Meanwhile, the occupation intelligence isolated 54-year old Aida Sidawi and52-year old Sameeha Shahin from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 6 months; 52-year old Ikram Ghazzawi, 47-year old Dalal Hashlamon and 62-year old Zinat Jallad for 5 months. The authorities also isolated 45-year old Sana’ Rajabi and 28-year old Samah Ghazzawi for 4 months.

The occupation forces also isolated 31-year old Hazem Ibrahim Siam from Al-Aqsa Mosque for one month and imposed house-arrest on him for 2 days; he was arrested from inside Al-Aqsa courtyards last Wednesday.

In the same context, the Magistrate judge decided to deport 59-year old Abdul-Aziz Abbasi from the city of Jerusalem for one month and imposed house-arrest on him for 15 days.

The forces arrested on Sunday Khuloud Al-Arna’ot after raiding her house in the village of Al-Tur.