Capture of Jerusalem- A report summarizing Israeli violations in the holy city said occupation authorities killed 5 Palestinians and arrested 163 others in the governorate during last January.
The report released by the Jerusalem Governorate, the city's highest official Palestinian representation, said that among the five martyrs was a 4-year-old girl, whose body had been detained for nine days.
He pointed to the continued detention of the bodies of Muhammad Abu Eid and his wife Doha Abu Eid, martyred on January 7, bringing the total number of bodies detained in Jerusalem to 37 by the end of last month.
Governorate reports indicate that of the 163 detainees from all areas of the governorate, 14 were children.
He reported that 39 actual prison sentences were issued against Jerusalem prisoners, including 31 administrative detention sentences, which is detention for several months that can be extended by military order without charge, indictment or time limit. Is.
Regarding the policy of house arrest, Jerusalem Report monitored 13 decisions issued by the occupation authorities. House arrest is decided by the occupying courts and requires the person to remain indoors for a specific period of time in a forced manner.
The report speaks of 6 deportation decisions from the Blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Old City and the Damascus Gate in the city of Jerusalem, indicating the continuation of the raid on the Al-Aqsa Mosque with the participation of 3,405 residents.
– Al Jazeera Net | Jerusalem (@Aljazeeraquds) 12 January 2024
attempt to impose sovereignty
The Jerusalem report pointed to continued Israeli efforts “to impose a new reality aimed at imposing sovereignty over Jerusalem and its sanctuaries”, noting the continued harassment of the city's governor, Adnan Ghaith, who was shot dead in his home. Has been placed under house arrest. Home from August 4, 2022.
In its report the Holy City Governorate talked about the increase in attacks by Jewish settlers and extremists on Palestinians, at a time when the occupation police failed to arrest the attackers, noting that 9 attacks were documented , which included three counts of physical abuse.
The governorate also recorded 18 injuries “as a result of the occupation's use of excessive force against Jerusalemites”, including the firing of live and rubber-coated metal bullets and severe beatings.
Once again, demolition is knocking on the door of the Abu al-Nawr al-Badawi community in the east of the city #Jerusalem Dozens of Palestinians are being threatened with displacement in an effort to clear the eastern part of the city of Bedouin communities… So what's the story?
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– Al Jazeera Net | Jerusalem (@Aljazeeraquds) 28 January 2024
demolition and settlement
Regarding demolition and bulldozer operations, the Jerusalem Governorate reports that their number reached 22 operations, including 8 forced self-demolition operations and 12 demolition operations carried out by the occupation apparatus, in addition to the destruction of residential and agricultural facilities. Also included are 11 notices to demolish.
Jerusalemites are forced to demolish their own facilities at the risk of being demolished, in order to avoid the heavy fines imposed by the occupying municipality for demolition.
The report monitored the approval of 4 new settlement projects by the occupation government and the beginning of implementation of 3 already approved projects.
From October 7, 2023, neighborhoods of Jerusalem inhabited by Palestinians are subject to strict Israeli measures, including the Old City and Al-Aqsa Mosque, limiting the number and age of those allowed entry.