Bulletin: number (410)
Day: Thursday, March 24, 2022
♦️ Incursions into the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque:
125 settlers, including 6 members of the occupation intelligence and a group of students of biblical religious institutes, stormed the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning and evening periods, with the strong protection of the special occupation forces.
♦️ Attacks and abuse of the occupation:
The occupation forces stormed the Jerusalemite “Abu Alaa Al-Qaq” house in the town of Al-Tur in occupied Jerusalem.
The occupation forces stormed the town of Al-Tur in occupied Jerusalem.
The occupation forces stormed the house of Jerusalemite “Ahmed Rokn” in the Ras al-Amud neighbourhood of occupied Jerusalem, searched it, and tampered with its contents.
♦️ Attacks on Jerusalem organisations:-
Israeli intelligence operatives stormed the vicinity of the headquarters of the Jerusalem Hilal Club in the occupied capital, amid attempts to close it. Club director Diaa Shweiki commented on what happened that elements of the occupation intelligence, accompanied by the police and municipal staff, are trying to storm the club’s headquarters on Silk Street in the city and confiscate its files and devices. Al-Shweiki confirmed that the occupation intelligence is trying to close the club’s headquarters under the pretext of “taxes” that amount to millions of shekels.
♦️ Settler attacks:-
A group of settlers attacked Jerusalem vehicles that were located in the Sheikh Jarrah area of occupied Jerusalem. It is worth mentioning that Jerusalemites were surprised this morning by the damage to the tires of ten vehicles that were disembarded in the streets of Sheikh Jarrah.
— A group of settlers derailed the tires of Jerusalemite vehicles in the occupied capital.
♦️ Decisions of actual imprisonment:-
— The occupation court sentenced the Palestinian prisoner Ayman Hani Abu Al-Hawa (15 years old) from the town of Al-Tur to 11 months in prison. It also imposed a fine of 16,000 shekels on the boy Abu al-Hawa. Abu al-Hawa was arrested on August 19, 2021 and moved in several prisons and is currently in Damon.
♦️ Prisoners’ file:-
The captive movement in the occupation prisons suspended its escalatory steps and its strike, which was scheduled to be carried out tomorrow, after the prisoners’ uprising for a month and a half, and an agreement to meet their demands.
— The occupation court postponed the trial of the Jerusalem captive, Fadwa Hamada, from the town of Sur Baher in absentia until the beginning of next May. Because she was in one of the hospitals in the occupied city of Haifa because she broke the foot after being handcuffed violently. He mentions the occupation authorities who filed a new indictment against the prisoner Hamada for allegedly attacking a jailer inside the detainee about two years ago.
— Administrative prisoners in the occupation prisons continue for the 83rd consecutive day to boycott the occupation courts to demand the end of the policy of administrative detention under the slogan #Our_Freedom Resolution
The administration of the Hilal Al-Quds Club and Sama launched its solidarity with it and its attribution after the storming of forces from the occupation’s intelligence and municipality this morning the club’s headquarters in Hariri Street in the occupied city, in an attempt to close it. It is noteworthy that the risk of closure is threatened by the occupation authorities due to “taxes in millions of shekels,” or the risk of seizure of what is held in its headquarters if payment is not made in just a week.
#no_to_to_close_Al-Jerusalem Crescent Club
— Palestinian calls were launched on social media to revive the “Great Dawn” tomorrow, Friday, at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.
⭕ Summary of yesterday evening’s highlights in Jerusalem governorate:-
— The occupation authorities released the young man Zahran Zahran from the town of Bedouin northwest of occupied Jerusalem, after a six-month detention.
— The occupation forces arrested the boy Omar Sada from the Old City of occupied Jerusalem.
— The occupation authorities sentenced the young Jerusalemite Magdi Mansour from the town of Bedouin northwest of occupied Jerusalem to six months in administrative prison.
— The occupation court extended the detention of the young man “Rushdi Abu Rims” from the town of Silwan until next Tuesday. It is noteworthy that the occupation arrested Abu Rims yesterday from his workplace.
This day ended until 6:00 pm.
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Al-Quds Al-Sharif Governorate