Deportations from Al-Aqsa Mosque…arrests from Shu’fat refugee camp
On Friday, the occupation police expelled Jerusalemites from Al-Aqsa Mosque, while the "undercover unit" arrested two boys from the Shu’fat refugee camp in Jerusalem.
Firas Al-Jabrini, a lawyer for the Wadi Hilweh Information Center - Jerusalem, explained that the police released the employee of the Islamic Endowments Department, Khamis Shehadeh, and his two sons, and handed his two sons orders to deport them from Al-Aqsa for a period of two weeks, while he was released on condition of coming for investigation again, where he was transferred for treatment.
The forces arrested Shehadeh and his two sons from Al-Aqsa Mosque.
On Thursday evening, the police released Nidal Al-Natsheh from Silwan, on the condition that he be deported from Al-Aqsa for two weeks, and he was arrested after he was detained as soon as he left Al-Aqsa through Al-Silsileh Gate.
Al-Natsheh explained that the police stipulated that he be present for interrogation again, as soon as his deportation from Al-Aqsa ends, for the possibility of renewing the decision.
Lawyer Al-Jabrini explained that the police deported two boys away from the Old City for two weeks and imposed house arrest on them for five days, pointing out that the forces arrested them from Al-Aqsa Mosque.
In Shu’fat refugee camp, the undercover unit stormed the camp and were stationed at its entrance, then arrested two boys from the place.