In February, Israel issued 29 deportation decision and demolished 20 constructions in Jerusalem

The Israeli occupation authorities issued 29 deportation decisions from Al-Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem last February and demolished 20 buildings, according to Wadi Hilweh Information Center.

In a monthly report documenting the Israeli violations in Jerusalem last February, 27 decisions were issued to deport Palestinians from Al-Aqsa Mosque, and a decision was to deport a Jerusalemite from Jerusalem for his illegal existence in the town even though he was born and lived there.

Chairman of Addameer Association for Prisoner Support and Human Rights, Abdel-Latif Ghaith, was deported from the West Bank, by the military governor under the Emergency Law, as the deportation is being renewed since 2011.

The Municipality of Israel issued 20 demolition orders in Jerusalem, including 8 self-demolitions, in several neighborhoods; in Silwan, Sur Baher, Sheikh Jarrah, Jabel Mukaber, and Anata.

1987 settlers and Jewish students raided Al-Aqsa mosque and performed their Talmudic prayers during the last month, in which the raids increased from the middle until the end of the month.

In return, the Israeli authorities continued to deg in the yard of the Buraq Wall and near the western wall of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The occupation authorities kept, on Fridays, arresting Palestinians, deporting families, and preventing others from performing Friday prayer in Al-Aqsa Mosque, according to the report. 

3 attacks against the Romanian Church in Jerusalem were recorded in February, according to the report. 

The end of February witnessed dozens of settlers attacked the Palestinian youth Ibraheem Abo Hamed during his work in Mea Shearim while he was driving his car.

135 detentions were recorded in Jerusalem in February, including 39  minor males and 11 females.

The detentions were focused on Al-Isawiya, At-Tur, and Al-Aqsa Mosque and the roads leading into it.

Source : Safa