Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation has extended an order barring Palestinian Jerusalemite activist Nasser al-Hadmi from accessing the Al-Aqsa Mosque for six months for the fifth time in a row.
Al-Hadmi said that the Israeli occupation’s decision bans him from entering the eastern part of occupied Jerusalem, including the Old City and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
He attempted to access his store in the Bab al-Sahira area in the Old City before the Israeli occupation authorities blocked him.
The Palestinian activist also explained that he has been banned by the Israeli occupation authorities from travelling for over four years and from accessing the Al-Aqsa compound for more than two years.
The Israeli occupation had previously detained al-Hadmi six times over his anti-occupation activism.
The Israeli occupation has been targeting Palestinian Jerusalemite activists and figures by detaining them or banning them from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City under false pretexts.