Occupation forces detain two Jerusalemite young men
September 19, 2021
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, Sept 19 - The Israeli occupation forces detained, on Saturday evening, two Palestinian young men from occupied Jerusalem while they were near Bab Al-Sahira, one of the gates of old Jerusalem. The young men have been identified as Yazan Ashti and Osama Mujahid, local sources reported.
The occupation forces evicted Siraj Al-Natsheh for 6 months, and Muhammad Abu Ghannam for 3 months from Al-Aqsa Mosque, Jerusalemite sources reported.
The occupation forces expelled Siraj Al-Natsheh for 6 months, and Muhammad Abu Ghannam for 3 months from Al-Aqsa Mosque, local sources said.
The occupation targets Jerusalemites and the Al-Aqsa guardians in particular by detaining, expelling, and imposing fines on them, intending to keep them away from Al-Aqsa Mosque. They summon them in order to empty the Holy City in general and Al-Aqsa Mosque in particular, trying to Judaize the Bab al-Rahma chapel.
The occupation practices a policy of deportation against the Palestinians through various forms including deporting them from specific areas of a religious and historical nature, in an attempt to Judaize them.