Data published by the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor showed that Israeli authorities committed a high level of violations in Jerusalem in October 2019, amid accelerated attempts to impose a temporal and spatial division in the Al-Aqsa and the Judaization of the city.
Euro-Med Monitor said in its monthly report that monitors the Israeli violations in the city of Jerusalem it recorded an increase in the number of violations compared to last month, reaching 474 violations in October, compared to 376 last September.
The violations were divided into 17 types of human rights violations, most of which are complex violations. Arrests constitute 31% of the violations, the highest, followed by raids, 21.9% and checkpoints, 19%.
The report said that attacks on the Al-Aqsa Mosque remained one of the most prominent violations during October, and it has become clear that the Israeli authorities are proceeding with its plan to impose a temporal and spatial division as a fait accompli, by increasing the frequency of daily incursions.