Israeli forces storm Al-Aqsa Mosque, arrest 10 Palestinians in West Bank
SANAA, Aug. 18 (YPA) – Zionist enemy police stormed on Saturday night the Bab al-Rahma chapel on the eastern side of Al-Aqsa Mosque and tampered with the furniture inside it.
Palestine now agency quoted witnesses as saying: The enemy police stormed the chapel of Bab al-Rahma and took out some of its furniture from the cabinets and wooden partitions, and prevented the guards who were present in the place from interfering or filming and also asked one of the guards to delete a video he took during their storming the chapel.
It is noteworthy that the chapel of Bab al-Rahma has been targeted by the authorities of the Zionist enemy since February of this year.
In a separate context, the Zionist enemy forces launched at dawn on Sunday, a campaign of large-scale arrests in different parts of the West Bank.
Palestinian sources said that the Israeli forces carried out a series of raids and arrested 10 citizens from several areas.
In Bethlehem, enemy forces arrested a liberated prisoner after raiding his house in the village of Marah Rabah, south of Bethlehem.
It is noteworthy that the enemy forces conduct daily night arrests, which affect the various governorates of the occupied West Bank, during which citizens are arbitrarily detained.