Releases…prison sentences
May 5, 2017

The occupation police released on Friday 6 Jerusalemites.

Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud explained that the police decided to release Mohammad Abu Tayeh and Majd Al-A’war with a 500-NIS bail and house-arrest for 7 days while Mohammad Odeh was released with a 1000-NIS bail and house-arrest for 10 days in addition to a ban on using Facebook for 30 days. Salman Abulhawa and Ali Abu Jom’a were also released on condition of house-arrest for 5 days and a third-party bail of 5 thousand NIS.

The police released on Thursday night the 14-year old Mus’ab Mheisen on condition of deportation from the village of Esawyeh for 15 days, a 1000-NIS bail and house-arrest for 10 days.

The judge also decided to release Nour Eddin Mheisen with a 4-thousand NIS bail and house-arrest conditions.

In the same context, Mohammad Abdel Ra’ouf Mahmoud, Ismaeel Mheisen, Abdel Qader Dari, Rashad Naser, Firas Nidal Mahmoud, Shadi Atyeh, Adam Kayed Mahmoud, Nasim Mheisen, Thaer Mheisen, Amir Dirbas, Akram Mustafa, Wahib Abu Hummos, Yousef Dari, Tarek Jaber and Mohammad Mheisen were also released. Some were subject to house-arrest for 5 days while others were deported from their residency for 5 days.

Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud added that the judge extended the arrest of Mohammad Bakri until 11/5/2017, Ali Bader until 19/5/2017, Daoud Abu Aweis until 7/7/2017 for sentencing, Nasim Kleib and Mohannad Abu Asab until 16/5/2017, Wasim Dari until 11/9/2017, Mohammad Ashour until 16/5/2017, Emad Abu Sneineh until 10/5/2017, Ayoub Zalloum until 7/5/2017, Nimer Mahmoud and Dia’ Obeid until 12/7/2017 and Mohammad Batroukh until 21/6/2017.

The public prosecution submitted an indictment against the child Yazan Farroukh.

The judge also extended the arrest of the minors Abdullah Ma’tooq, Ali Ma’tooq, Mohammad Burqan, Mutasem Abu Nab and Amir Sharaf until 19/6/2017.

A plea deal has been reached regarding the case of Saleh Abu Asab. He will sent to prison for 7 and a half months.

Recently, the judge sentenced Ihab Sroor for 10 months in prison, a 2000-NIS fine and a suspended probation of 4 months for two years while Mohammad Dirbas was sentenced for 5 months in prison, a 3000-NIS fine and a suspended probation of 4 months for two years. The child Majd Abu Asab was sentenced to a 100-hours course and a 3000-NIS fine.