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Jerusalem

“Israel” bans Imam of al-Aqsa Mosque from entering it for four months

Israeli police raided the house of head of the Supreme Islamic Commission and the Imam of al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Ekrema Sabri, in occupied Jerusalem during the pre-dawn hours and handed him a notice banning him from entering the mosque for a period of four months. IOF also summoned Sabri for interrogation at “Qashla” center, in the occupied city of Jerusalem. …

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Jordan deplores Israeli assaults at Aqsa Mosque

The Jordanian ministry of foreign affairs has strongly denounced the Israeli occupation police for assaulting Muslim worshipers following the dawn prayers at the Aqsa Mosque on Friday. Spokesman for the ministry Dhaifallah al-Fayez described the Israeli police’s violent raids and aggressive practices at the Aqsa Mosque as “reprehensible acts,” and “a violation of Israel’s obligations as an occupying power under …

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Israeli settlers open fire to mosque in Occupied Jerusalem

Jewish settlers at dawn Friday set fire to a mosque in Occupied Jerusalem and vandalized its walls with racial slurs. Local sources said that a group of Israeli settlers burned parts of al-Badriya Mosque in Sharafat village and spray-painted racist slogans against Muslims and Palestinians on its walls. According to local residents, al-Badriya is one of the oldest mosques in …

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Israel accelerates processing of East Jerusalem Palestinians’ citizenship applications, most rejected

Israeli authorities dramatically accelerated the processing of citizenship applications by Palestinian residents of occupied East Jerusalem in 2019, reported Haaretz, with the majority rejected. A total of 1,361 applications were rejected last year, up from 340 in 2018, while the number of Palestinian applicants who successfully received citizenship rose to 1,200, from 362 in 2018. The latter figure represents the …

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Israeli occupation police detain two Palestinian minors in Jerusalem

Israeli occupation police forces detained two Palestinian children in Silwan town in Occupied Jerusalem on Friday night. Local sources said that police forces arrested Mohammed Haymoni, 15, and Mohammed Abu Kalbin, 13, in Ras al-Amud in Silwan town. Israeli occupation forces storm West Bank cities and villages on daily basis and arrest Palestinian citizens while assaulting relatives and damaging their …

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Israel arrests 5 Palestinians at Al-Aqsa Mosque

Israeli occupation forces yesterday arrested five Palestinians near the Al-Rahma Gate in the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, Anadolu reported. According to a statement issued by the Islamic Waqf in Jerusalem, they included one woman and  four men. Eyewitnesses told the Anadolu Agency that Israeli forces attacked a number of the Palestinian worshippers before arresting the five Palestinians inside the Islamic holy …

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Jerusalem: More than 23 incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque in December

The Ministry of Endowments said in its monthly report of December 2019 that the occupation has defiled Al-Aqsa Mosque more than 23 times, praised the policy of banishment and detention of worshipers and protesters, and prohibited prayer calls in Sanctuary of Abraham 49 times, in addition to committing several violations against it. The report prepared by the Ministry’s Public Relations …

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Israeli occupation places 6 Palestinians in Jerusalem under British Mandate-era curfew

Israeli occupation today placed six Palestinian residents of the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Issawiya under British Mandate-era nighttime curfew for several months. Israeli occupation invoked a British Palestine Mandate-era emergency act to impose nighttime curfew on six youths from Issawiya for periods ranging from two months to four months. The youths were identified as Anwar Sami Obeid, Muhammad Elayyan Elayyan, …

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Dozens of settlers storm Al-Aqsa courtyards

At least 90 Jewish settlers on Tuesday stormed the Aqsa Mosque under tight police protection. 31 students were among the settlers who toured the Mosque’s courtyards and received explanations about the alleged temple mount. The Aqsa Mosque is exposed to daily desecration by Jewish settlers and police forces in the morning and the afternoon except on Fridays and Saturdays. The …

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Israeli authorities approve 2,000 new settlement units in Jerusalem, West Bank

The Israeli Civil Administration is set this week to approve the construction of 2,000 new settlement units in occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank, Haaretz revealed on Sunday. The Civil Administration is the Israeli occupation body operating in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The 2,000 new settlement units will be built in isolated settlements. The approval, according to Haaretz, came in …

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