The occupation authorities isolate a freed prisoner from Al-Aqsa…extensions of arrets…releases
The occupation authorities handed on Monday the released prisoner Majed Ragheb Jo’beh (36) an isolation order from Al-Aqsa Mosque for one month; he is from the Old City of Jerusalem.
Amjad Abu Asab, head of Jerusalemite detainees and prisoners families committee, explained that the occupation forces released last month Majed Jo’beh after he completed his three and a half-year prison sentence. Jo’beh is married and has four children, and he has a bachelor degree in Computer. He was previously arrested several times and spent nearly 6 years in the occupation’s prisons; his brother Fadi is currently detained in Nafha prison.
Extensions of arrest
The occupation police extended on Monday night the arrest of Hisham Al-Qaq (15) and Omar Izz Da’na (16) until Tuesday night.
Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud explained that the judge extended the arrest of Nasim Raed Kleib, Farid Abulhawa, Mohammad Samir Abulhawa, Mohammad Sbitan, Ahmad Ashayer, Baha’ Abu Jom’a, Sami Abed Fteiha, Nimer Mahmoud, Dia’ Obeid and Bilal Ghateet until 12/4/2017, Huthaifa Shreiteh, Musleh Shihadeh and Islam Qaram until completing the legal procedures against them.
The occupation authorities released Mohammad Abu Jom’a, Ahmad Abu Jom’a and Louai Satleeh with a 500-NIS bail and house-arrest for 10 days for each.
They also released Mohannad Abu Asab on condition of deportation from the village of Esawyeh to the village of Ezaryeh for 30 days, and house-arrest for 7 days.
In the same context, Mohammad Shweiki and Hamdi Jaber were released with a 2000-NIS bail, house-arrest for 15 days and a third-party bail for each while Yassin Tawil was released with a 1000-NIS bail and house-arrest for 7 days.