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Israeli police ban Jerusalmite from accessing al-Aqsa for 15 days

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Gaza12Sep5OCCUPIED JERUSALEM (PNIC):-Israeli police banned a Jerusalmite worker, Anas al-Dabbagh, from accessing al-Aqsa Mosque for 15 days within the Israeli policy of targeting the Islamic Endowment Department's employees at the holy site.

 In a similar context, an Israeli court extended the detention of another Jerusalemite young man, Rami al-Fakhouri, until next Thursday.

A 22-year-old youth, Luai al-Rajabi was summonsed for questioning after storming his home in Silwan town near Occupied Jerusalem.

 
 
 
 
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