Israeli Occupation Forces Ban Three Palestinians from Entering Al-Aqsa

(Photo: via twitter)

The Israeli occupation forces in Jerusalem banned three Palestinians from entering Al-Aqsa mosque, issuing them with fines.

Occupation authorities handed deportation orders to Hamza Alnabali, Hamza Aldisi and Raed Zughbor who were employed at Al-Aqsa mosque for 15 days and fined each of them 1,000 NIS.

The three were arrested while at work inside Al-Aqsa last Wednesday.

Israeli forces also stormed the house of Khalil Altarhouni who works as a guard at the mosque and arrested him. Later, he was also handed a deportation order for 15 days.

Israeli intelligence handed deportation orders to Faris Aldibis who is employed as the head of the media office at Al-Aqsa for six months. Arafat Najib, a guard at Al-Aqsa was also given a four-month deportation order.

Israeli occupation forces have launched a campaign to harass Palestinians working at Al-Aqsa which resulted in the issuing of seven deportation orders to during the last week.

(PC, Palestine Now)

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