Al-Quds, 12 Jumadil Akhir 1436/1 April 2015 (MINA) – Israeli authorities on Tuesday banned five Palestinians from Jerusalem from entering the al-Aqsa Mosque compound for periods between 10 to 90 days.
Addameer prisoner rights group lawyer Ramzi Kteilat said that the Israeli magistrate court decided to release Samiha Shahin and minors Ahmad al-Husseini and Muhammad al-Zuabi from Nazareth on the condition that they be banned from entering the mosque for 60 days.
They are also required to pay a personal bail and third-party bail of 5,000 shekels each, Ma’an News quoted by Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) as reporting.
An Israeli magistrate court released 18-year-old Muhammad Buja after one week of detention under the condition that he be placed under house arrest for 30 days, banning him from entering the Old City of Jerusalem for 60 days and paying a bail of 1,000 shekels.
Buja was accused of taking part in clashes against Israeli soldiers in the Al-Aqsa mosque compound and the Old City.
The court also released Ihab al-Jallad and sentenced him to house arrest until April 5. He is banned from driving a car for 10 days and from entering Al-Aqsa for 20 days.(T/R05/R04)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)