A publication about Al-Aqsa on Facebook…causes the publisher and people who commented to be arrested and isolated
The occupation police released last week Mohammad Khalaf (25) from the city of Tamra in the 1948 lands on condition of staying away from the city of Jerusalem and not using Facebook for 3 months in addition to house-arrest for 7 days.
Mohammad Khalaf was requested for interrogation by the occupation intelligence at “Shafa Amr” with his brother Islam and their cousin Issa after Mohammad had published on his Facebook page a publication about Al-Aqsa Mosque. It said: “The Jewish Passover holiday lasts for one week…let’s participate in staying at Al-Aqsa this week. Let’s follow-up with the incidents of this week…and let’s all go to Al-Aqsa Mosque to support the Marabouts in Jerusalem.
Khalaf family explained that the intelligence released Islam and Issa on Friday on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 15 days, and extended the arrest of Mohammad until Saturday night when he was presented to court. The judge decided to release him on condition of isolation from the city of Jerusalem and a ban on using Facebook in addition to house-arrest for 7 days.