Jerusalem and Al-Haram Al-Sharif are covered in a white suit with heavy snowfall

Snow began accumulating throughout the occupied city and the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the hours of Wednesday, but it covered the buildings and streets with a white suit in the early hours of Thursday.

Palestinians rushed to take pictures and frolic in the snow at night; But their presence has increased significantly since Thursday morning hours.

Snow falling all over East Jerusalem gave it a splendor that appeared on the roofs of houses and prominent landmarks (Anatolia)

Palestinians also flocked to Al-Aqsa Mosque to take memorial photos in its courtyards.

Jerusalem experiences snowfall at these times of the year due to low temperatures (Anatolia)

Schools were closed, and public transportation between Jerusalemite neighborhoods stopped.

The snow, which reached a height of about 20 centimeters, caused the closure of many streets, especially within neighborhoods.

Jerusalemite takes pictures of East Jerusalem and its most prominent landmark, the Temple Mount from the Mount of Olives (European)

Palestinians accused the Israeli occupation police of “reducing their joy” with snow by arresting many young men who took to the streets to have fun. Eyewitnesses told Anadolu Agency that yesterday evening, Wednesday, the Israeli police pursued the Palestinians in the Bab al-Amud area and fired sound bombs at them.

Snowfall in JerusalemThe intensity of the snow led to the formation of a cover from it throughout the old city, including Bab al-Amud (Anatolia).

In al-Tur neighborhood, the Israeli occupation arrested 14 young men for throwing snowballs and stones at Israeli police cars and settlers.

One of the manifestations of the celebration of the fall of snow is the making of a snowman with a mask near Bab Al-Khalil (European)

Today, Thursday, activists and Palestinian communication platforms circulated videos and photos of the accumulation of snow in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and occupied Jerusalem.

The clips showed many Palestinian youths and children playing with snowballs in and outside the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The children’s joy was great yesterday evening, Wednesday, when snow fell in the streets of Jerusalem (European)

According to clips and photos, snow covered the towns of Jaba’, Michmas and Al-Ram, northeast of Jerusalem.

Snow at Jerusalem's Damascus gateA municipal worker removes accumulated snow near Bab al-Amud, one of the gates of the Old City in Jerusalem (Reuters)

Snow fell on a number of Palestinian cities since yesterday evening, Wednesday, and this climatic condition included neighboring Arab countries, including Syria, Jordan and Lebanon, as a result of the current air depression characterized by low temperatures and fast winds.

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