2287 Israelis stormed Al Aqsa mosque in provocative tours last month

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Wadi Hilweh Information Center said that 2287 Israeli Jewish fanatics stormed the Al Aqsa mosque in provocative tours last November, while Israeli police arrested 137 Palestinians and demolished dozens of structures in the same period.

A report by the center also documented the field execution of Fares Abu Nab by Israeli soldiers near the Nafaq military checkpoint in southern occupied Jerusalem under the pretext of “having suspensions”.

The Israelis did not shoot at the vehicle, but directly at the young man. They delivered his body to his family two days after the execution.

The report stated that 2287 Jewish fanatics stormed Al Aqsa mosque in provocative tours last month. Israeli police secured their raids.

Israeli authorities also prevented Sheikh Najeh Bkeirat, the head of Jerusalem’s department of religious teachings, from entering al Aqsa mosque for three months.

In the same period, the Israelis arrested 137 Palestinians in occupied Jerusalem, including 49 minors (two of them are under the age of 12), and three women.

Jerusalem governor Adnan Gheith, Minister of Jerusalem Affairs Fadi Hadmi, and Director of Education Sameer Jebreel were among those, who were arrested. School students were also targeted in the Israeli arrest campaigns.

Dozens of structures were demolished in Jerusalem, including five structures, whose owners were forced to demolish themselves.

Israeli repression of protests and Palestinians activities continues last November as well. A solidarity sit-in for hunger-striker prisoners and another solidarity vigil for Gaza by University students were repressed by Israeli forces.

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