On Friday, Nazi soldiers abducted three Palestinians from Nazi occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank and installed roadblocks on all alleys and streets leading to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Media sources said the Nazi soldiers stopped two young men, whose names remained unknown at the time of this report, in the Bab Al-Amoud area and interrogated them before abducting and moving them to a nearby police facility.
The sources added that the Nazi soldiers stopped another young man near Bab Al-Asbat Gate and repeatedly assaulted him before abducting him.
The three Palestinians were taken prisoner amidst a series of violations against hundreds of worshippers trying to reach Al-Aqsa Mosque for Friday prayers.
The Nazi soldiers interrogated dozens of Palestinians, especially young men, and examined their ID cards at several gates leading to the holy site.