On Sunday morning, Israeli soldiers assaulted two Palestinian women and one man near the Chain Gate leading to the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank.

Media sources said dozens of soldiers and police officers are deployed at all gates and alleys leading to the holy site to allow large groups of Israeli colonizers to tour in and around Al-Aqsa.

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They added that the soldiers assaulted two Palestinian women, Nafisa Khweiss and Aida Saidawi, and one man, Abu Bakr Shaimi, at the Chain gate for protesting the invasions of the holy site. The man suffered cuts and bleeding in the head.

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The soldiers were pushing the Palestinians away to remove them from the area, especially the gates leading to Al-Aqsa.

It is worth mentioning that the police and the soldiers allowed dozens of colonizers into the Al-Aqsa Mosque courtyard after removing many Muslim worshippers.

The Israeli colonizers also marched in various alleys and near the gates of Al-Aqsa before storming the holy site’s courtyards, while dozens remained gathered near the gates of Al-Aqsa.

Earlier Sunday, the soldiers attacked and abducted a young man in Al-Aqsa for protesting the Al-Aqsa invasion and took him away. He was among six Palestinians, including siblings, the army abducted in several parts of the West Bank.