Israeli police ban Jabarin family from entering al-Aqsa

Jabarin Family women banned al-Aqsa

Israeli police banned women of Jabarin family, in Umm al-Fahm town in 1948 Occupied Palestine, from accessing al-Aqsa Mosque. Pressmen were also prevented from staying in the Old City of Occupied Jerusalem including Aljazeera satellite channel team.

According to Aljazeera channel, the banned women tried to enter the holy site from all of its gates. Israeli police, however, deprived them of their right to access the holy shrine after checking their IDs.

The Palestinian women condemned the Israeli action and opined that it was a form of Israeli policy of collective punishment pursued against their family. Three youths of Jabarin family carried out an anti-occupation attack in Occupied Jerusalem two weeks ago.

(Source / 30.07.2017)


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