Isolating the activist Mohammad Abu Hummos from Al-Aqsa for 60 days
The Magistrate court judge decided on Monday to release the Jerusalemite activist, member of follow-up committee in the village of Esawyeh, Mohammad Abu Hummos with a financial bail and on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque and from his house in the village of Esawyeh. Mohammad Abu Hummos explained to Wadi Hilweh Information Center that the Magistrate judge released him with a 2000-NIS bail and on condition of house arrest and isolation from his house in Esawyeh to the neighborhood of Wad Al-Joz until next Thursday. Abu Hummos added that the judge also decided to isolate him from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 60 days. Abu Hummos explained that the occupation police arrested him last Sunday after he exited Al-Aqsa Mosque through Lions Gate. The interrogator extended his arrest until Monday and he was accused of several charges including “obstructing police work, assaulting a policeman and protecting a child from being arrested.” He also added that a session will be held next Thursday at the Magistrate court in which he believes an indictment will be submitted against him.