Seven Women Expelled from Al-Aqsa Mosque

05 Feb
5:26 AM

Israeli occupation authorities, on Sunday night,  banned seven Palestinian women from accessing Al-Aqsa Mosque for two weeks.

An Israeli court held a trial for a number of them, on Monday.

Israeli forces detained six Palestinian women and a girl as they were leaving the  mosque via the gates of Hitta , Asbat, and Annather.

The seven women were identified, by Al Ray, as   Dina Tarwa, Zainab Tarwa, Ibtasam Tawil, Rania Ghazzawi, Jihad Al-Razzim, Suad Obaidiah, and Safa Imam.

Lawyer Khaled Zbarqa explained that Israeli forces detained the women under the pretext of sitting in the eastern part of Al-Aqsa, near Arrahma Gate.

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Chris Carlson is a student of religion at Mount Mercy University, United States, and has been a regular volunteer with the IMEMC since 2013. He assisted in providing extensive coverage of the 2014 Israeli military offensive on the Gaza Strip, and continues into the present day, with the issues at hand. He can be reached via email at c h r i s @ i m e m c . o r g.

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