Releasing a Jerusalemite girl on condition of house-arrest and deportation
The occupation police released on Tuesday Sali Mohammad Al-Shawa (14) with a bail and on condition of deportation from her house; she is from the village of Anata.
Wadi Hilweh Information Center’s lawyer, Khaldoun Nijem, explained that the Israeli Magistrate judge decided to release his client Sali Al-Shawa on condition of house-arrest and deportation from her house in the village of Anata to the neighborhood of Beit Hanina for one week in addition to a 500-NIS bail.
The lawyer added that the girl was arrested on Sunday afternoon when she was with her mother in a bus in the neighborhood of Shu’fat north of Jerusalem. The forces stopped the bus and arrested the girl on suspicious of “intention to carry out an attack”.
The lawyer explained that his client was presented to court on Monday morning and the judge extended her arrest until 27/9 but he appealed the decision at the District Court and the judge approved it and extended her arrest for one day only. On Tuesday, the judge decided to release her as the evidence filed against her was challenged.