Four Jerusalemites, including child, kidnaped by Israeli police


OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, PALESTINOW.COM – The Israeli occupation police on Sunday kidnaped four Jerusalemite citizens, including a child, in east Jerusalem.

According to local sources, police forces stormed as-Sa’diyya neighborhood in Silwan district, south of the Aqsa Mosque, and kidnaped a child identified as Yazan Haddad from his home. (READ: Jerusalemite child injured after settler attack her in Old City)

Police forces also stormed a-Thuri neighborhood in Silwan and kidnaped two young men from their homes identified as Moataz Shuweiki and Yasser Ghaith.

Eyewitnesses reported that police officers assaulted the family of Yasser Ghaith during the raid on their house.

Another young man called Areen al-Za’aneen was kidnaped from his home in Wadi al-Joz neighborhood, north of the Old City of Jerusalem. He was in home quarantine.

The police also raided the house of an ex-detainee called Nader Naser in Ras al-Amud neighborhood, southeast of the Old City, and assaulted his family.

Meanwhile, the Israeli police issued orders banishing five Jerusalemite citizens from the Aqsa Mosque for long months.

Four citizens, Emad az-Za’anin, Ahmed Abu Ghazala, Hinadi Halawani and Khadija Khuwais, were banned from entering the Aqsa Mosque for six months and another called Naser Qaws received a five-month entry ban. (PIC/PLNOW)

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