Al-Quds (Jerusalem), 5 Jumadil Akhir 1436/25 March 2015 (MINA) – The Israeli police apprehended five Palestinian women from Occupied Jerusalem as they were leaving the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Tuesday.
The captured women were taken to the Beit Elyahu police station in the Old City of Jerusalem for interrogation, said a local sources, The Palestinian Information Center (PIC) quoted by Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) as reporting.
The Israeli police briefly detained the elderly woman Samar al-Sabagh, before dragging her daughter, Wisal Abulhawa, along with three other women to the Qishla detention center.
Meanwhile, an Israeli court ruled for deporting the Palestinian female sit-inner Ayda al-Seidawi from holy al-Aqsa Mosque for 90 days and ordered her to shell out 1,500 shekels, in addition to a third-party bail worth 5,000 shekels in exchange for her release after 24 hours of detention.
Along the same line, Israeli policemen rounded up a Palestinian youth, identified as Hisham Harhash, from Wadi al-Jouz neighborhood in Occupied Jerusalem, after they had heavily beaten him and sprayed his face with pepper gas.
Eye-witnesses attributed the arrest to an altercation stirred up by the Israeli officers and resulting in brief clashes with Palestinian residents of al-Jouz quarter.
Special Israeli forces were summoned and targeted the Palestinian unarmed protesters with randomly-shot spates of stun grenades in an attempt to disband the crowd. Two Palestinian young men sustained wounds in the process.(T/P008/P3)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)