Arrests in Jerusalem- two children among the detainees
On Thursday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested five Jerusalemites, and isolated one of Al-Aqsa guards from the mosque for two weeks.
Wadi Hilweh Information Center said that the Israeli forces arrested the two children, Jomaa 13 and his brother Ahmed, 12, and interrogated them for several hours at Salah Al-Din Street police station in Jerusalem.
The center added that the occupation forces arrested the two children from the neighborhood of Bi'er Ayoub in Silwan. On the other hand, the Israeli intelligence service extended the arrest of Majdi Abu Ghazaleh, on Friday, after he was arrested after being summoned for investigation at Al-Makobyeh police station in West Jerusalem.
His family explained that the intelligence and the occupation forces stormed their house in the neighborhood of Al-Sowaneh in the city, to arrest their son, and for not being at home handed them a summon for investigation. In the late evening, Israeli occupation forces arrested Mahmoud Jaber and Mohammed Amer from Shu'fat refugee camp, according to local sources.
The Israeli police isolated Al-Aqsa Mosque's guard Arafat Najib from the mosque for two weeks. He was arrested in the morning from Al-Aqsa courtyards