230 detainees and 70 deportation decisions from Al-Aqsa and Jerusalem in March

The Israeli occupation forces arrested 230 Jerusalemites and issued 70 deportation orders from Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City last March.

The Wadi Hilweh Information Center stated, in its monthly report, today, Sunday, that the arrests included 3 children under 12 years of age, 58 boys, and 8 women.

It indicated that more than 80 arrests were made from Al-Aqsa Mosque, its roads, and the streets of Jerusalem, in addition to the arrests from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.

The center indicated that it monitored the issuance of 70 deportation decisions during last March, which included deportation from the Old City of Jerusalem, Al-Aqsa Mosque, the place of residence, the streets of Jerusalem, the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, and a ban on entering the West Bank.

It also indicated that the occupation authorities issued 30 deportation decisions from the Old City, “including the entire Old City and the roads leading to it and Al-Aqsa, and 25 deportation decisions from Al-Aqsa Mosque,” noting that among the deportees were 13 women and 12 boys.

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