Al Jazeera Net correspondents
Occupied Jerusalem – Exclusive: Jerusalemite students enrolled in schools located within… Al-Aqsa Mosque They are subjected to harassment every morning as they go to schools, including arrest, bag searches, and interrogation by occupation soldiers stationed on Its doors.
Among the objectives of the inspection, according to eyewitnesses, is to search for Palestinian curriculum books, which are not allowed to be brought into Jerusalem schools.
The Al Jazeera Net lens was able to photograph part of the procedures that students are exposed to on a daily basis, especially after the start of the “Battle Al-Aqsa floodOn October 7th.
There are 3 schools inside Al-Aqsa Mosque, attended by about 600 male and female students, and there are other schools outside its walls.
Since the outbreak of the battle and the start of the aggression against Gaza, the Palestinians of Jerusalem have become subject to measures and harassment that prevent many from reaching the Old City of Jerusalem and praying in Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Under these measures, entry to the Old City is prohibited to anyone other than its residents, while entry to Al-Aqsa Mosque is only permitted to students, employees of the Islamic Endowments Department, and the elderly.
In contrast to the measures targeting Jerusalemites, settlers continue to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque freely, with the occupation forces deployed in its courtyards.