Days of Palestine – Jerusalem
Israeli occupation forces Sunday morning, summoned Fatima Khader, 63, from the Jerusalemite station, banished from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, from the town of Beit Hanina in occupied Jerusalem.
Jerusalemite sources reported that the Israeli occupation forces summoned the Jerusalemite Fatima Khader for interrogation in one of the city’s investigation centers, with the end of her 6-month period of banning from Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Israeli occupation forces arrested the Jerusalemite Khader on January 21, after storming and searching her house in the town of Beit Hanina, and released her at a later time.
Israeli occupation authorities banished the Jerusalemite Khader from Al-Aqsa Mosque for six months last February.
Khader works in embroidery, and her house bears a heritage character.
Earlier, her house was raided by the Israeli occupation, which wreaked havoc before confiscating all the embroideries in front of it containing the image of Al-Aqsa or Jerusalem and Palestine in particular and ruining the livelihood of an entire family.
Also, during her last arrest, the stationed Fatima was severely beaten, without the Israeli occupation soldiers taking into account her age, or her illness with several diseases, including diabetes and stress.
Israeli occupation targets women stationed in Al-Aqsa and activists in its defense and continues to keep them away from the vicinity of Al-Aqsa and its gates to empty it of its pioneers and lovers and to enable it to implement its plans.
Banishing is one of the most difficult decisions taken by the Israeli occupation against Jerusalemites, and every Jerusalemite is prosecuted with unjust decisions of expulsion from Al-Aqsa, the Old City.
The Israeli occupation uses a policy of banishing, which it applies according to its mood, to empty the city and subjugate the Jerusalemites.
The periodic report issued by the Hamas media office in the West Bank recorded 3,886 violations committed by the Israeli occupation during the month of July.
Israeli occupation and its settlers committed 22 attacks on places of worship and sanctities. According to the report, the Israeli occupation deported three citizens from their homes and the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque while protecting 3,387 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa during the same period.