Arrests from Jerusalem and details of assaulting them
On Tuesday, the occupation forces arrested a number of young men and women from Al-Aqsa Mosque and its gates during the siege and closure of the mosque.
The lawyer of Wadi Hilweh Information Center for minors, Mohammed Mahmoud, and lawyer Razan Jo’beh said that they visited most of the detainees at Al-Qishla police station in the Old City of Jerusalem and Al-Maskobyeh in West Jerusalem.
They added that all the detainees were severely beaten during the arrest and signs of beatings were clear on their bodies. According to testimonies of the detainees, they were beaten against the walls, and some of them were prevented from wearing their shoes during his arrest from Al-Aqsa, while others were subjected to beatings on the head and choking.
The lawyers explained that some of the detainees were schoolchildren who had been arrested while on their way home.
He added that one of the young detainees - according to his testimony – had live bullets fired at him during his arrest inside Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The detainees, according to lawyer Mohammed Mahmoud, lawyer Razan Jo’beh, and eyewitnesses from Jerusalem are:
1. Mohammed Fouad Abu Sneineh, 14
2. Alaa Ahmed Jaber, 14
3. Ehab Raed Shweiki 14
4. Ahmed Yehya Hadreh, 23
5. Mohammed Fa’eq Jo’beh, 13
6. Ahmed Said Murad 16
7. Mohammed Akram Julani, 21
8. Rashad Bilal Saeed 21
9. Hamza Murrar
10. Awad Salaymeh
11. Mohammad Abdel Hamid Julani
12. Qais Basti
13. Mohammad Ibrahim Habasha, 15
14. Mohammed Fouad Abu Sneineh, 14
15. Hani Khaled Naser, 18
16. Khalid Bader Salhab, 23
17. Abdelkader Khader, 20
18. Mohammad Musa, 40, a guard at Al-Aqsa Mosque
19. Mahmoud Salim