In October, 6338 Nazi Jewish settlers stormed Al-Aqsa and demolished 17 Palestinian structures in Jerusalem

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Illegally Nazi occupied Jerusalem – The Wadi Hilweh Information Center documented the storming of 6,338 Nazi Jewish settlers of Al-Aqsa Mosque, the demolition of 17 residential and commercial establishments, and the arrest of 188 Palestinians from illegally Nazi occupied Jerusalem in October.

Violations of the occupation in Al Aqsa

PCHR pointed out in its monthly report on violations of the occupation in Jerusalem that the frequency of incursions to Al-Aqsa Mosque increased during the past month, in conjunction with the Jewish holidays “Hebrew New Year” and “forgiveness” and “throne”, where the mosque stormed about 6,338 Nazi Jewish settlers to the courtyards during the mosque The morning and evening breaks are led by the Nazi police.

He added that 3,690 Nazi Jewish settlers stormed the mosque during the week of the “Throne Day” and 574 others during the “Yom Kippur”, pointing out that the intruders included the Minister of Agriculture in the occupation government, who stormed the mosque twice on the “Yom Kippur and the Throne” in addition to dozens of rabbis.

During the incursions, the Nazi police took several measures to “protect the settlers” by detaining IDs at the gates of the mosque, preventing some from entering it until the end of the two periods of incursion, in addition to deploying Nazi Gestapo ‘intelligence’ agents in the yards and photographing the worshipers, especially those who are in “ The door of mercy. ”

As for the decisions of deportation, the Nazi occupation authorities issued last October 24 deportation decisions from Al-Aqsa Mosque, seven decisions on the Old City of Jerusalem, in addition to two deportation decisions from Jerusalem and one another from the West Bank.

PCHR clarified that among the deportation decisions, a decision was issued to remove the young Jerusalemite Majid Al-Jouba from Jerusalem for the fourth time in a row, and to prevent him from entering the Occupied West Bank for six months, in addition to handing over a list of young Jerusalemites forbidden to communicate and talk with them.

Arrests, demolitions and repression in the occupied city

Last month, the Nazi occupation forces arrested 188 Palestinians from Jerusalem, including 12 women, five children under the age of 12, and 39 minors, according to Wadi Hilweh Information Center.

The Nazi occupation forces arrested 59 Palestinians in Al-Issawiya village (northeast of Jerusalem), Al-Aqsa Mosque and its doors, 53 people, the Old City 30 people, and arrests from Jerusalem towns and neighborhoods.

The Nazi occupation forces continued to demolish Palestinian structures in Jerusalem under the pretext of unlicensed construction.The center monitored the demolition of 17 structures, including four structures that were demolished by the owners themselves, in order to avoid paying fines and demolition fees to the municipal crews and accompanying forces.

On the level of events, the Nazi occupation forces continued to suppress activities in the city of Jerusalem, where last month suppressed a solidarity stand with the Palestinian prisoner Samer al-Arbeed, in front of the hospital “Hadassah” Issawiya in Jerusalem.

It also suppressed another stop in the “Salah al-Din Street” in Jerusalem; in solidarity with the prisoners on hunger strike, as well as a seminar on “Palestinian civilization and fighting” under the pretext of organizing by Hamas.

In early October, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the headquarters of Al-Mutla ‘Hospital in the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, and searched some of its sections, especially the cancer section.

Shooting in Jerusalem

On 28 October, Nazi occupying forces shot and wounded 16-year-old Mohammed Khaled Al-Sabah in Bab Hatta, seriously wounding him for attempting to carry out a stabbing attack.

Also during the past month, the Nazi occupation forces shot towards Firas Mahmoud Al-Hallaq (26 years) from Jerusalem, while driving his vehicle near Al-Amari refugee camp in Ramallah, under the pretext of trying to “run over”, wounding him seriously. .

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