Extending the arrest of five young men of Martyr Qunbar’s relatives, and releasing his sister
January 9, 2017

The Israeli Magistrate judge extended last Monday the arrest of five young men of Martyr Fadi Qunbar’s relatives and released his sister.

Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud explained that the judge extended the arrest of Mohammad Emran Qunbar, Mohammad Ahmad Qunbar, Hamzeh Qunbar, Munther Qunbar and Mutasem Surry (owner of a construction material shop) until 15/1/2017.

The judge also released Shadia Qunbar, Martyr’s sister, on condition of house-arrest for two days and a third-party bail of 5 thousand NIS.

The occupation intelligence requested the Martyr’s father and sisters for interrogation and released them without presenting them to court.

Arresting a child

The occupation forces arrested 14-year old Ahmad Zayed Dkeidek after raiding his home in the neighborhood of Bab Hutta in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Prison sentences

The Israeli judges sentenced four young men, they are:

  • Wajih Sbitan: 7 months of actual imprisonment and a suspended probation of 5 months for three years.
  • Mahmoud Abed: 10 months of actual imprisonment and a suspended probation of 6 months for three years.
  • Shadi Mheisen: 8 months of actual imprisonment and a suspended probation of 6 months for three years.
  • Tarek Samman: 14 months of actual imprisonment.

Releases

Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud added that the judge released the minor Emad Sarandah with a 1000-NIS bail, house-arrest for 10 days and a third-party bail. He also released Mousa Sharaf with a third-party bail and unconditionally released Mohammad Qasem.

Extending the arrest of minors

Lawyer Mahmoud also added that the judge extended the arrest of Mohammad Dirbas until 12/1/2017, Nayef Obeid and Nidal Ghannam until 11/1/2017 and Majd Al-A’war until 18/1/2017.

Extending the arrest of young men

The judge also extended the arrest of Mohammad Abu Khdeir until 11/1/2017 (witnesses hearing session); Ahmad Obeid, Ali Abu Ryaleh and Daoud Abu Aweis until 11/1/2017, and Salameh Obeid until 8/3/2017.