Banning the freed prisoner Salah Hammouri from entering the West Bank for 6 months
September 30, 2015

The occupation authorities handed on Tuesday night the freed prisoner Salah Hammouri a military order which bans him from entering the West Bank for 6 months. Amjad Abu Asab, head of Jerusalemites detainees and prisoners families committee, explained that the occupation forces called Hammouri for interrogation at Al-Maskobyeh in West Jerusalem and handed him an order than ban him from entering the West Bank until 21/3/2016. Abu Asab pointed out that Hammouri received the first banning order on 27/3/2015 for six months and was renewed on Tuesday. He also noted that Hammouri was released on 18/12/2011 within the second phase of “Shalit” deal after he spent six years inside the occupation’s prisons after he was convicted of belonging to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and planning to assassinate the Jewish Rabbi, Ovadia Yousef.