The occupation police released, on Monday evening, a freed prisoner and his father, after arresting and interrogating them for several hours, as soon as they arrived at their homes in Silwan.
Wadi Hilweh Information Center-Silwan stated that the police stormed the house of the freed prisoner, Mohammad Ali Al-Ghoul, 16 years old, upon his arrival, after being released from Damon prison where he spent 12 months, and arrested him and his father, and 3 boys: Ibrahim Al-Ghoul, Mahmoud Al-Bazlameet, and Ali Al-Khayyat. He was charged with "celebrating and using crackers".
The center explained that the police released the five detainees on condition of house-arrest for 5 days, a ban on communicating with each other, and preventing any celebrations for a month.
The occupation police arrested Raafat Tariq Al-Issawi, after storming and searching his house in the village of Issawiya.
The forces also arrested a boy late Monday evening, as they stormed the village.
The occupation police released the Jerusalemite Mrs. Nafisa Khweis, after she was arrested from Al-Aqsa courtyards, on the condition of deportation from the Old City.
Also, Yousef Mkheimar, the head of the Jerusalem Murabiteen Commission, and Nitham Abu Rammouz received decisions to expel them from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 6 months.