That covered the continued desecration of the sanctity and sovereignty of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque by storming (3,288) settlers and (46673) under the name of tourism.
In its report, the governorate indicated that the Israeli occupation authorities revoked the licenses of 6 schools in Jerusalem, which are: (The Ibrahimi School in the Al-Sawwana neighborhood, and Al-Iman Schools with all its branches in Beitwhichina) that include in their classes more than 2,000 students in various educational levels.
In its statement, the governorate reviewed the violations of the occupation, which came as follows:
Registration of 40 homes in the names of settlement associations
The threat to the Jerusalemites’ presence in the city of Jerusalem continued as the Israeli occupation proceeded with land settlement procedures. In July, it was revealed that 40 homes inhabited by 45 Palestinian families in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood were registered in the names of settlement associations without the knowledge of their owners, and to facilitate diversions, selling lands to Israeli settlers, and covering up real estate brokers. The occupation authorities issued a military order allowing the issuance of inheritance certificates from the “Israeli Sharia Court” instead of the Palestinian Sharia courts, claiming to protect the Palestinian seller.
Settler attacks escalate
The settlers’ attacks on residents and their property escalated, after documenting (26) attacks, including (7) physical attacks.
Also, it reported about (182) injuries with live and rubber-coated metal bullets, severe beatings, and cases of suffocation as a result of the firing of tear gas canisters by the Israeli occupation forces. As a result, many of the injured were transferred to hospitals for treatment, of which (165) were recorded in the neighborhoods of Silwan town during Implementation of the ocand cupation barbaric incursions on the town.
About 190 arrests were carried out by the occupation against Jerusalemites in all areas of the Jerusalem governorate, of which 22 were during the high school exam results celebrations in Jerusalem.
The Israeli occupation authorities and courts imposed about 14 actual prison sentences against the detainees; (7) Decisions to renew administrative detention. And the issuance of (15) decisions of deportation, half of which were expulsion decisions from Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City. The periods of deportation ranged from two weeks to six months.
Home confinement decisions
During the month of July, (18) house arrest decisions were monitored, including (4) open house arrest decisions, and (3) travel ban decisions.
The number of demolitions during July (13) operations; All of them were implemented by the mechanisms of the occupation, without registering any self-demolition, in addition to carrying out (6) land leveling operations in various areas of the occupied capital, the majority of which aim to implement Israeli settlement projects or seexpansionexpantion.
The occupation municipality crews also stormed several neighborhoods in the occupied capital, and handed about (86) demolition orders, under the pretext of not having a license. Most of them take effect within (30 days).
Violations and Challenges in the Blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque
Al-Quds Governorate monitored the violations of Al-Aqsa Mosque during the month of July. 3,288 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa from the Mughrabi Gate side with the support and protection of the Israeli occupation forces, in addition to 46,673 under the name of “tourists.” During the periods of incursions, Palestinian residents and worshipers were prevented from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The occupation mechines also continued their excavations under and around the Al-Aqsa Mosque, causing more stones and dust to fall into the old Al-Aqsa Mosque, without allowing the Islamic Endowment Department to inspect the excavations that caused this or to repair and restore them possibly endangering the existence of the historical and religious landmark
The Israeli occupation authorities seek to impose a new reality on the occupied city of Jerusalem through the implementation of settlement projects. During July, 10 projects were issued, including a project to build a Judaization visitor center in the Batn al-Hawa neighborhood in Silwan, and settlement expansion in several settlements in and around the city of Jerusalem. Continuing the implementation of the Greater Jerusalem project on the ground through the continuation of the occupation mechanisms by implementing underground tunnel projects with the aim of increasing the number of residents of the settlements by facilitating their movement.
Judaization plans were also revealed, including extending the hours of settlers’ incursions into Al-Aqsa and building a fixed bridge on the side of the Mughrabi Gate, with the aim of increasing the number of extremists storming Al-Aqsa.