Jerusalem, 18 Jumadal Akhir 1436/7 April 2015 (MINA) – The Israeli magistrate’s court in occupied Jerusalem has extended the detention of a Palestinian kid and sentenced others to house arrest.
Lawyer of Addameer Association, Mohamed Mahmoud, stated that the judge of the magistrate’s court extended the detention of 17-year-old Mahmoud al-Zaghal to April eight, noting that he was indicted for throwing stones, Palestinian Information Center (PIC) quoted by Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) as reporting.
The same judge ordered the release of Murad Abu Sarhan, Aziz Abu Sarhan and Ali Obeida on 5,000 shekel bail each, and placed them under house arrest for seven days.
The judge also released a young man named Amr Abu Arafa to house arrest on condition of staying away from the Aqsa Mosque for 30 days.
A woman named Rawan Abu Hadwan was also banned entry to the Aqsa Mosque for 45 days.
The Israeli police, in turn, ordered Ibrahim Natsha to stay away from the Aqsa Mosque for 10 days.
Fadi al-Rajbi, one of the Mosque’s guards, also received a 15-day entry ban. (T/P006/P3)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)