The occupation arrests dozens of Jerusalemites and deports others during the month of Ramadan

The Israeli occupation authorities have continued their campaign of arrests in the city of Jerusalem since the first day of Ramadan.


Not only did the occupation authorities intensify arrest warrants, but also doubled the orders to deport them from Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City, for varying periods. And who numbered about 476 detainees, and they were brutally beaten during their arrest.


In turn, the head of the Committee of the Families of the Prisoners of Jerusalem, Amjad Abu Asab, stated that the occupation police released most of the detainees, on the condition that they be removed from Al-Aqsa and the Old City of Jerusalem for varying periods, and kept 113 people detained.


Abu Asab told Wafa: Everyone who was arrested yesterday was severely beaten and abused, until their blood shed in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa, in an unfortunate crime that emphasizes the occupation approach against the Palestinians and crosses all red lines in a crime that was planned by the occupation in advance.


He continued: During the days preceding the blessed month of Ramadan, the occupation authorities carried out arrest campaigns among Jerusalemites, which affected dozens, some of whom were transferred to administrative detention and some are still in detention without trial. .


Abu Asab indicated that yesterday hundreds, including children under the age of fourteen, were detained for long hours in a camp yard full of thorns and under the sun, without any medical care for the wounded in the attacks.


Jerusalem institutions indicated that the occupation intelligence, in addition to its undercover unit, had arrested, since the beginning of this April, a hundred citizens, either in the field or from their homes, after they raided and searched them.


Abu Asab said that since the beginning of the holy month, the number of arrests in Jerusalem exceeded 100 citizens without arrests yesterday, and the orders to remove them from Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City amounted to 34 deportation orders for varying periods, some of which may reach six months.

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