Suppression…arrests and injuries in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem
After midnight, the occupation forces arrested 3 young men from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, and 10 injuries were recorded during the occupation forces' suppression of a sit-in in solidarity with the people threated with eviction from their homes for the benefit of the settlers.
The Palestinian Red Crescent reported that its crews dealt with 10 injuries in the neighborhood, and transferred 3 of them to hospital for treatment.
The Israeli occupation forces stormed the house of the Diab family, and attacked those present in it by beating and spraying pepper gas, and arrested a young man. The members of the family, including "elderly, women and children," suffered injuries due to suffocation.
The occupation forces attacked the protesters by beating and pushing them in addition to the use of wastewater against them, and cavalry teams pursued them to disperse their gathering.
The occupation forces attacked a young man while parking his vehicle, and punched him on the head while he stabilizing him on the ground, then arrested him.
Wadi Hilweh Information Center - Jerusalem learned that the forces arrested Ahmed Farah, Jamal Abu Khdeir, and Mohammad Oqbafrom the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.
The occupation forces also arrested Abd al-Razzaq Baydoun and Mohammad Halisi, from the Old City of Jerusalem.
On Monday evening, the occupation forces attacked worshipers at Lions Gate - one of the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque-.