Monday, October 2, 2023

The evening bulletin of the Jerusalem governorate on the “most prominent developments and violations” in the Jerusalem square

Bulletin: number (408)
Day: Tuesday, March 22, 2022

🔴 Targeting the Governor of Al-Quds Al-Sharif
The occupation intelligence summoned the governor of Jerusalem, Adnan Ghaith, to interrogate him for what is known as the “Maskopiya” investigation centre in occupied Jerusalem. This summons for the governor’s kindness comes for the second time in 48 hours, as he was arrested yesterday evening after being prevented from travelling through the Karama crossing. He was referred to
♦️ Incursions into the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque:
284 settlers stormed today the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning and evening periods under heavy guard from the occupation forces.
♦️ Injuries:-
The Red Crescent Society announced that 54 citizens were injured during the confrontations with the occupation forces in Qalandiya camp north of occupied Jerusalem, including seven injuries with rubber-coated metal bullets. Two injuries were transferred to the hospital and the rest were treated on the ground.
♦️ Attacks and abuse of the occupation:-
The occupation police erected a military checkpoint near the entrance to the town of Al-Ram north of occupied Jerusalem, checked the citizens’ ID cards, and searched the vehicles passing through the place.
Occupation forces and bulldozers stormed the town of Kafr Aqab, north of occupied Jerusalem, and closed its entrances.
The occupation forces confiscated about 20 vehicles near the Qalandiya checkpoint north of occupied Jerusalem.
The occupation forces raided several shops in the Qalandiya camp north of occupied Jerusalem, after a large force of the occupation army stormed the camp this morning.
The occupation forces closed the Qalandia military checkpoint north of occupied Jerusalem and prevented the movement of vehicles.
The occupation forces threw tear gas canisters during the storming of the area of Qalandia camp north of occupied Jerusalem, coinciding with the return of school students to their homes.
Confrontations broke out between the youths and the occupation forces in the Qalandia camp north of occupied Jerusalem, and the occupation threw gas and sound bombs and metal bullets at the youths during the confrontations. Confrontations also broke out with the occupation forces at the Qalandiya military checkpoint, which led to many injuries, one of which was a direct facial injury.
♦️ Demolitions and dredging:-
The occupation mechanisms continue excavations and dredging work in the area between Qalandia camp and the town of Al-Ram, north of occupied Jerusalem. It is worth mentioning that the occupation authorities are implementing a settlement project in the area aimed at linking West Bank settlements with the settlements of occupied Jerusalem.
The so-called “nature authority” of the occupation stormed the lands of the Wadi Al-Rababa neighbourhood in the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque. Its crews, accompanied by occupying soldiers, carried out excavations in the territory of Wadi al-Rababa.
The occupation mechanisms demolished a housing project under construction in the Qalandia camp area north of occupied Jerusalem, owned by the citizen Juma Badran.
♦️ The occupation court:-
The occupation court issued an effective prison sentence of one year for the young Jerusalemite Murad Attia from the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood.
Activist Attia, 26, was arrested from his home in the neighbourhood on August 8, and the occupation authorities accused him of a secret file and prevented his lawyer from authorising under the “prevention of publication” order, and his detention was extended more than 22 times. Which prevented him from completing the master’s thesis. Attia is part of the novel of the people of Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood, and a well-known face for all solidarity and media professionals. He is one of the most prominent defenders of the neighbourhood.
The occupation court extended the detention of the young Jerusalemite “Samer Mansour Jamjoom” from the Betn al-Hawa neighbourhood in the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, until next Thursday.
The Israeli occupation court in the occupied city of Jerusalem postponed for the third time in a row the case demanding the opening of an investigation into the execution of the martyr Abdul Rahman Qasim from the Jalazone refugee camp north of Ramallah.
The martyr Abd al-Rahman Qassem was shot by the Israeli occupation on March 7, near Bab al-Qattanin, one of the gates of the occupied city of Jerusalem.
♦️ releases:-
The occupation authorities released the young Jerusalemite Mohammed Yahya Jaber from the Batin al-Hawa neighbourhood in the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque. It is reported that the young Jaber was arrested last Sunday.
The occupation authorities released Jerusalem activist Mohammed Abu Al-Homs after summoning him for interrogation this morning at the occupation police station on Salah al-Din Street in occupied Jerusalem.
♦️ summonses:-
The occupation authorities summoned the young Jerusalemite “Spirit Kalgasi” from the Old City for investigation.
♦️ Deportation decisions:-
The occupation authorities renewed the removal of Jerusalem, Jamil Al-Abbasi, from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque for three months. Last Tuesday, the occupation authorities removed Abbasi from Al-Aqsa Mosque for a week, after he was arrested at one of its doors and taken for investigation.
♦️ Arrests:-
The occupation forces arrested a young man from Al-Ain Street in the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The occupation forces arrested the citizen Ziad Al-Araj, the father of the martyr “Mohammed Al-Araj,” from the Qalandiya camp area north of occupied Jerusalem.
The occupation forces arrested the young Jerusalemite “Rushdi Abu Rimoz” from the Betn al-Hawa neighbourhood in the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, while he was in his workplace.
♦️ Prisoners’ file:-
The occupation police rejected the request of one of the occupied Jerusalem hospitals to remove handcuffs from the wounded prisoner Murad Barakat, even though he is undergoing anaesthesia and artificial respiration in the intensive care unit. The responsible doctor warned that the continued handcuffs pose a threat to his life and undermines the chances of healing for Barakat. It is noteworthy that the occupation forces opened fire on Barakat last Saturday, allegedly carrying out a stabbing operation in the city of Jerusalem, where Barakat was seriously injured in the abdomen and underwent complex surgery.
The Higher National Emergency Committee for Prisoners in the Occupation Prisons announced that their next battle of an open hunger strike scheduled for March 25 will be under the slogan “Unity and Freedom.”
About 500 administrative detainees continue to boycott the Israeli occupation courts for the 81st day in a row, as part of their confrontation with the policy of administrative detention under the slogan:
(Our decision is free.)
♦️ Miscellaneous:-
The so-called Minister of the occupation army gave on Tuesday the green light to intensify settler incursions into the mosque during the holy month of Ramadan. These incursions are usually guarded by the occupation police. It is noteworthy that the occupation police intensify their military measures in the vicinity of the city of Jerusalem during the month of Ramadan, and erect military checkpoints, especially at the gates leading to the mosque and its courtyards.
50 members of an American Congress from the Democratic Party called on Foreign Minister Anthony Blinken to prevent Israel from proceeding with the forcible expulsion of 38 Palestinian families from the village of Walaja, southwest of occupied Jerusalem.
Summary of yesterday evening’s highlights in Jerusalem governorate:-
The occupation forces confiscated a special vehicle in the town of Bedouin northwest of occupied Jerusalem.
The occupation forces arrested the young Jerusalemite Abdul Rahman Al-Bashiti from Al-Wad Street in the Old City of occupied Jerusalem.
A number of settlers assaulted the driver “Mohammed Ruwaydi” from the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, which led to his transfer to a hospital in occupied Jerusalem for treatment.
This day ended until 9:00 pm.
Public relations and media unit
Al-Quds Al-Sharif Governorate



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