Army Abducts Two Palestinians In Jerusalem, Bans Seven From Entering Al-Aqsa For Four Days

18 Jun
2:08 AM

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Monday evening, two Palestinians teens in the al-ā€˜Isawiya town, east of occupied Jerusalem, and issued orders banning seven Palestinians from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque in the city, until this coming Thursday.

The WAFA Palestinian News Agency has reported that the soldiers abducted Mohammad Rabah Abu al-Hummus, 16, and Yousef Ahmad Abu al-Hummus, 19.

It added that the two were stopped at the western entrance of the town, after the soldiers closed it following protests.

In related news, the soldiers issued orders banning seven young men from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque until this coming Thursday. One of them works as a guard at the holy site.

The Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan (Silwanic) identified the abducted Palestinians as Mohammad Sharifa, Ahmad Abu al-Hawa, Ayyoub Abu al-Hawa, Mohammad Maswada, Emad Abu Sneina, Mohammad Shaweesh, and the guard, Khalil Tarhouni.

Silwanic added that the seven Palestinians were abducted from their homes on Sunday, and were released today under the precondition of not entering the holy sites until Thursday.

On Sunday at dawn, the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Mahmoud Jawdat Sharifa, 23, and Mohammad Sharifa, from their homes in Bab Hotta area in Jerusalem.

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