Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation detained Monday a number of Palestinian citizens of occupied Jerusalem and barred others from accessing the Al-Aqsa Mosque for one week.
According to eyewitnesses, Israeli occupation forces detained Khattab al-Sharbati and Ibrahim al-Natsha in the Old City of occupied Jerusalem.
The Israeli occupation authorities extended the detention of the two young men until next Sunday without charge.
Israeli occupation forces also detained Mohammad al-Rimlawi near the Bab al-Hadid, one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation intelligence service banned a number of young Palestinian citizens of occupied Jerusalem from accessing the Al-Aqsa Mosque two days ahead of the provocative Israeli flag march.
The Israeli occupation authorities handed Rawhi Kalghsi, Mohammad al-Bakri, Ahmad Abu Ghazaleh, and Ziyad al-Bakri orders banning them from entering the Al-Aqsa compound for one week.
An Israeli court in occupied Jerusalem extended the detention of Moataz al-Saou, 20, and Bilal al-Jaabari, both from the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood, until 12 June.
The Israeli court extended the incarceration of Ezzeddin al-Tahhan until Thursday and Rida Obaid until 28 May.
The Israeli court also postponed the trials of Palestinian boys Nashat Dawabsheh and Qassam al-Awar, both from Silwan town, until 12 June.
Meanwhile, an Israeli court sentenced the Palestinian Jerusalemite Mohammad Khallaf to 55 months in jail.
The Israeli court also handed a 24-month jail term and a fine of 4,000 shekels ($1,090) to Essam al-Khatib, from Hizma town in occupied Jerusalem.