Israeli Police Detains 4 Palestinians Accused of ’Throwing Stones’
TEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Zionist police detained four Palestinians in East Jerusalem (East al-Quds) for allegedly hurling stones at the Israeli security forces after leaving the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
According to Zionist Army Radio, two young boys were among the four detainees.
Earlier Monday, the Israeli authorities detained a 14-year-old Palestinian boy in East Jerusalem on claims that he had attempted to "throw a stone" at a train, World Bulletin website reported.
The Zionist Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch recently vowed to crack down on Palestinians caught throwing stones at Israeli settlers and trains in Jerusalem.
In recent months, groups of extremist Jewish settlers – usually accompanied by Zionist security forces – have repeatedly forced their way into the holy site, Al-Manar reported.