Al-Quds, MINA – Palestinian Center for Prisoners’ Studies reported on Sunday that Israeli occupation court imposed fines 170,000 shekel for Palestinian child custody during first three months, Safa reported, quoted by MINA.
The spokesman of Palestinian Center, Riyad al-Ashqar said that most of children who were arrested and fined.
Fines have become a huge financial burden on children and arbitrary sentences committed by occupation Israel courts.
Al-Ashqar stressed that this is like robbery to suppress prisoners and their families.
He pointed out that Israeli occupation court imposed fines for the most extreme reasons, even just because of the problem of throwing stones or being near a checkpoint or military settlement.
Al-Ashqar called on human rights organizations to intervene and urged Israel to end the detention of Palestinian children and blackmail their relatives to pay for their release money. (T/Sj/P2)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)