Muna Al-Kurd free after being arrested
The Israeli occupation forces released activist Muna Al-Kurd, who was arrested on Sunday morning, as part of its ongoing practices to suppress solidarity protests with the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.
On Sunday afternoon, the Israeli occupation authorities released the Palestinian activist, Muna Al-Kurd.
الم نقل لكم، الروح الحرة لا تكبلها القيود ولا تكسرها الات القمع.— المجتمع الرقمي الفلسطيني - UPDC (@UPALDC) June 6, 2021
لحظة الافراج عن منى الكرد بعد ساعات طويلة من التحقيق. الان، نحن بانتظار محمد.#انقذوا_حي_الشيخ_جراح #الحرية_لمنى_الكرد pic.twitter.com/KIywTHzi2b
لحظة استقبال الناشطة المقدسية منى الكرد، عقب الإفراج عنها من سجون الاحتلال قبل قليل pic.twitter.com/SGw1ScYC5a— Newpress | نيو برس (@NewpressPs) June 6, 2021
Earlier on Sunday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the activist from the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem.
The occupation forces also summoned the activist Muhammad al-Kurd, Mona's brother, who is one of the most prominent activists who exposed the occupation's attacks in Jerusalem and the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood.
The forces had suppressed participants in a vigil held in solidarity with the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood, which is threatened with eviction.
The occupation forces fired sound and gas bombs at the demonstrators who chanted slogans condemning the occupation policies and called on the international community to take action against the displacement of Jerusalemites.