Suppressing a solidarity sit-in with prisoners
On Thursday evening, the Israeli occupation forces suppressed a solidarity sit-in with the prisoners on hunger strike held in the area of Damascus Gate in Jerusalem.
Eyewitnesses said that the Israeli occupation forces dispersed a group of Jerusalemites, while chanting patriotic songs and chants to the prisoners in the area of Damascus Gate, and then arrested lawyer Farah Bayadseh, Dana Rweidi, Omar al-Khatib and Muayyad Dibeh.
The witnesses added that the Israeli occupation forces detained the detainees inside the occupation forces' room in the area of Damascus Gate and surrounded the entire place, and tried to remove the citizens by force from the area, until they took them to Salah al-Din Street police station.
Wadi Hilweh information center learned that the Israeli occupation forces released Rweidi, al-Khatib and Dibeh on condition of staying away from Damascus Gate area and Salah al-Din Street for two weeks, and unconditionally released lawyer Bayadseh.