The Israeli occupation continues to practice a policy of deportation, arrest and travel ban against Palestinian female citizens in Jerusalem, in an attempt to discourage them from going and staying at Al-Aqsa Mosque, and to stop their protest against the settlers’ repeated attempts to storm it.
On Thursday, September 22, 2022, the occupation police arrested Zeina Amr, 58, from her home in Al-Thawri neighbourhood, south of Al-Aqsa Mosque, despite her poor health conditions.
Her son Radwan Amr stated that the occupation forces raided his mother’s house and arrested her despite her difficult health condition and prevented her from going to the hospital.
She was arrested several times before, and she was banished dozens of times from Al-Aqsa Mosque. Last August, the occupation authorities banned her from travelling outside occupied Palestine in 1948.
Likewise, the occupation authorities summoned Sahar Al-Natsheh, from Jerusalem, and threatened to storm her home and arrest her if she refused to go.
The occupation authorities also summoned Sana Farah, from Jerusalem, and banished her from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 10 days, subject to renewal.
This morning, severe restrictions on worshippers were imposed at Al-Aqaba Mosque, where the occupation prevented dozens of worshippers from entering Al-Aqsa, amid widespread incursions into the mosque by settlers since the morning with the participation of extremist Knesset member Itamar Ben Gvir.
The Israeli occupation army recently escalated its arrests and abuse of Palestinian citizens of Jerusalem, and banished them from the Holy City, to prepare for incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque during the Jewish holidays over the next few days.