Israeli occupation army forces raided a house in the town of Qarawat Bani Hassan in the Salfit Governorate of the West Bank after a Palestinian child was spotted carrying a plastic rifle.
The occupation forces stormed the house and demanded the child's family to bring him and the plastic toys he had with him. He interrogated them and examined the toys before going back.
Local sources said that a 3-year-old child was playing in front of his house during the raid by occupation forces in the city.
In addition to Salfit, a large force of occupation forces stormed the West Bank city of Bethlehem and the adjacent Dheisheh camp, launching raids and arrests of civilians.
Israeli occupation forces attacked the Dheisheh camp in Bethlehem and arrested several youths pic.twitter.com/tHSbTc7Qqv
– SND News Agency – SND News Agency (@Snd_pal) 3 February 2024
In total, occupation forces – yesterday, Friday – arrested at least 25 Palestinians in the West Bank, including a woman, an injured man and children, bringing the number of Palestinian detainees from the West Bank since October 7, 2023 to 6,485. happened. According to the Palestinian Prisoner and Ex-Prisoner Affairs Authority and the Palestinian Prisoners Club.
Yesterday, Friday, occupation forces also set up military checkpoints at the entrances to Jerusalem's Old City, and prevented large numbers of worshipers from reaching the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Israeli restrictions forced hundreds of worshipers to pray on the streets near the Old City, including the Lions Gate, Ras al-Amud and Wadi al-Joz neighborhoods, after preventing them from reaching the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Despite these restrictions, 13,000 Palestinians were able to access the Al-Aqsa Mosque and pray there.
Press Coverage: Young people offer Friday prayers near the Lions Gate in occupied Jerusalem after being prevented from accessing the Al-Aqsa Mosque by Israeli forces. pic.twitter.com/Pa6ioBbH8u
– Quds News Network (@qudsn) 2 February 2024
The occupation has imposed strict military measures in Jerusalem since the beginning of the war, and the Al-Aqsa flooding by the resistance continues raids and arrests in West Bank cities and camps as part of a broader Israeli escalation since the war began. Are.