Occupation forces arrest two guards of Al-Aqsa Mosque and two girls
On Monday, the occupation forces arrested two guards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and two girls from Jerusalem.
Eyewitnesses reported to Wadi Hilweh Information Center that the occupation forces arrested the two guards of Al-Aqsa, Issa Barakat, from Al-Silsileh Gate, and Saed Salaymeh, from King Faisal’s Gate, and transferred them for investigation.
The occupation police also arrested, at noon, two girls from Salah El-Din Street in Jerusalem, after arguments took place under the pretext of "not adhering to measures to prevent the Corona virus - by not wearing a mask."
The occupation forces also arrested a young man, Hamza al-Julani, from the neighborhood of Bab Hutta in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The occupation forces also arrested the freed prisoner Oday Ayman Obeid and his father, after they arrived to the village of Issawiya, noting that Oday was released on Monday after spending 15 months in the occupation prisons.
The intelligence services also confiscated the sign that was posted to welcome the released prisoner, Oday Obaid.