The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Saturday evening kidnaped a Palestinian girl child near the village of Nazlet Zeid, southwest of Jenin.
According to local sources, the IOF kidnaped 16-year-old Rima al-Kilani at a military checkpoint near the village known locally as Umm al-Rayhan.
Her father, Abdul-Fattah al-Kilani, said that the IOF took his child to an interrogation center inside Ariel settlement and later extended her detention for four days after making false claims against her.
In Jerusalem, Israeli police forces kidnaped on the same day a little boy from his home in Issawiya district and later released him conditionally.
Local sources explained that the Israeli police kidnaped 13-year-old Zain Addin Issam from his home in Obeid neighborhood in Issawiya and later released him after banishing him from his home and ordering his father to pay 5,000 shekels.
In another incident, the Israeli police banished Aqsa guard Rajaei Tarhi from the Aqsa Mosque for four months.
The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) and its police in Jerusalem always give themselves the right to issue such Aqsa entry bans against Muslim worshipers and Mosque employees and take upon themselves to decide who can and cannot pray at or enter the Mosque despite the fact that they have no jurisdiction over the Islamic holy place.