Arresting a girl and extending the arrest of another…extensions of arrest
The occupation forces arrested on Thursday night 17-year old Aseel Yacoub Abulhawa from the village of Al-Tur under the pretext of “incitement on Facebook”.
Lawyer Mufeed Al-Haj from the Prisoner’s Club explained that the Magistrate judge extended the arrest of 17-year old Aya Hindi until next Sunday under the pretext of “further interrogation”.
On the other hand, lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud explained that the forces arrested 17-year old Mohammad Jaber and Yaser Natsheh and extended their arrest until Friday; they are residents of the Old City of Jerusalem.
The police requested Mohammad Mou’nes from the Old City of Jerusalem for interrogation and arrested Wisam Hammoudeh as explained by Amjad Abu Asab, head of Jerusalemites detainees and prisoners families committee.
In a related matter, lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud said that the judge extended the arrest of the child Khaled Radwan until 13/09/2016; Mustafa Abu Qteish and Mohammad Issa until 22/6/2016; Abdullah Abu Asab until completing the legal procedures against him and Omar Ishtay until 6/5/2016; a session was scheduled for Omar on 2/6/2016.
Lawyer Mahmoud added that the public prosecution submitted an indictment against 17-year old Fadi Mit’eb, Qusai Khalil and Ayoub Hindi that included charges of throwing stones at Al-Aqsa Mosque and the judge extended their arrest until 10/5/2016.
The judge also extended the arrest of Malek Hijazi until 10/5/2016 to interrogate him on charges of providing help to the young man who carried out the stabbing attack in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Also, the judge extended the arrest of Akram Mustafa until 16/5/2016, Mohammad Zahdeh until 8/5/2016 and Tawfiq Abu Dheim until 13/9/2016.
Lawyer Mahmoud added that the judge extended the arrest of Mohammad Shalabi until 18/5/2016, Hijazi Abu Sbeih until 9/5/2016, Daoud Abu Sbitan until 17/5/2016 and Eyad Idkeidek until 6/9/2016.
The judge release the child Sami Abu Rmeileh with a 500-NIS bail, house-arrest for two days and a third-party bail.