Army Abducts Young Man, Issues Orders Forcing Two Women Away From Al-Aqsa

30 Sep
2:17 PM

Israeli soldiers abducted, Monday, a young Palestinian man, and issued orders forcing two women away from Al-Aqsa Mosque and its surrounding areas, in occupied Jerusalem, for six months.

The soldiers abducted a young man, identified as Hamza Maswada, while walking in an alley in the Old City, and took him to a nearby detention and interrogation facility.

The soldiers also handed orders to two women, both teachers identified as Hanadi Halawani and Khadija Khweiss, denying them access to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and its surrounding areas of six months.

The two women have previously been detained numerous times for protesting the ongoing provocative tours by soldiers, police officers and illegal colonialist settlers into Al-Aqsa, especially since the police frequently pushes the Palestinian Muslim worshipers out of the holy site during these tours, in addition to abducting and detaining many of them.

In related news, the Ministry of Waqf and Islamic Endowment in occupied Jerusalem said the police closed Bab al-Magharba gate, before allowing around 94 illegal Israeli colonists to conduct provocative tours into the holy site.

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