Isolations from Al-Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem
Lawyer Ramzi Kateelat from Qudsuna human rights organization explained that the Magistrate court decided to isolate the 50-year old Siham Odeh from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 60 days in addition to singing a third-party bail; note that Odeh was arrested last Tuesday on charges of biting an Israeli female soldier. Al-Dameer organization lawyer, Mohammad Mahmoud, explained that the Magistrate judge decided to isolate the 18-year old Mustafa Sayad and the 15-year old Adam Hamdi Abu Rmeileh from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 45 days in addition to signing a third-party bail. In a related matter, the occupation authorities recently isolated the child Mohammad Nadi Hashlamon from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 7 days, and the Israeli police isolated the 45-year old Abdulrahman Saleh Bkeirat (advisor for reciting the Holy Quran at Al-Aqsa) for 3 months. Bkeirat explained that he was called for interrogation after coming back from Turkey and the police handed him an order signed by the chief of police in the area to isolate him from Al-Aqsa Mosque and its surroundings for a period of three months on charges of "inciting to chant God is Great at Al-Aqsa courtyards." Bkeirat has been working as a teacher and an advisor to recite the Holy Quran at Al-Aqsa Mosque for the past five years and this was the second time he gets isolated from Al-Aqsa. On the other hand, the Commander of Internal Front issued an order to ban Tamer Shala'ta from entering the city of Jerusalem for 6 months (11/8/2015 until 10/02/2016); note that Shala'ta was arrested on Thursday morning and is from the 1948 lands.