Israeli Police Close Shops In Occupied Jerusalem

Photo: PIC

Al-Quds, 22 Ramadan 1438/17 June 2017 (MINA) – The Israeli police in Occupied Jerusalem ordered on Saturday the closure of the shops located in the vicinity of the area where an anti-occupation attack took place on Friday evening.

Local sources reported that the Israeli police threatened to impose fines on the owners of these shops if they did not obey the orders, the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) reported.

The Israeli authorities launched on Friday a series of strict measures following a dual anti-occupation attack in which an Israeli policewoman was killed and 6 Israelis were injured.

A statement by the Israeli police mentioned that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu endorsed the recommendation of the Minister of Public Security, Gilad Erdan, and Chief of the Israeli police, Roni Alsheikh, to cancel the permits allowing the families of the Palestinian youths who carried out the attack to enter the 1948 occupied territories and keep their permits to pray at al-Aqsa Mosque on Friday under strict measures.(T/R04/P2)



Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)