Israeli occupation forces on Sunday morning detained the Palestinian young woman, Nour Mahamid, from the city of Um al-Fahm, inside the occupied 48 Palestinian lands, while entering Al-Aqsa Mosque through Al-Asbat gate.
At the moment of her detention, Mahamid said, “When I was entering Al-Aqsa, they took me. I did nothing.”
Israeli occupation forces today issued a decision to expel the Palestinian stationed Montaha Emara from the town of Zalfa, near Umm al-Fahm, from Al-Aqsa Mosque, while she was in the city of Jerusalem
Since the morning, Israeli occupation forces have tightened the stranglehold on Palestinians in Jerusalem, when colonial Israeli settlers began to invade the holy Al-Aqsa mosque in the so-called “Anwaar/Hanukkah” festival.
Large groups of settlers invaded the courtyards of the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque, in the morning with heavy protection from Israeli occupying forces, which were spread heavily within Jerusalem’s Old City from the early hours of dawn, in preparation for securing settlers’ incursions.