“No to Expulsion from Al-Aqsa” is a campaign launched by the deportees from Al-Aqsa Mosque with the support of activists, to reject the policy of deportation followed by the occupation authorities against Palestinians – specifically Jerusalemites – by preventing them from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The eighth bulletin – Your newsletter (06/11) (2021) followed up on photos and videos circulated by tweets documenting the violations of the occupation authorities against the Jerusalemites and their deportation, while at the same time allowing the settlers and facilitating their repeated incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards with strict protection.
Activists on the communication platforms documented the moment the Israeli occupation forces arrested a number of children in occupied Jerusalem, and attacked worshipers while they were performing the Maghrib prayer yesterday, Thursday, at Bab al-Amud in occupied Jerusalem.
Activist Aya Humaid wrote, “The number of deportees from Al-Aqsa is increasing! Today, a girl is deported from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 6 months!! And many others, at least the weakest thing we can do is to support them electronically.”
As for Razan, she wrote in a tweet, “An important and dangerous question: Why are young men and girls removed from Al-Aqsa Mosque? What right does the occupation have to deport a person for 3 or 6 months from Al-Aqsa Mosque, especially young people? Imagine that in any country in the world someone would come and keep you away from a mosque! What if it was a holy mosque?”