The Magistrate judge acquits a Jerusalemite from the charges of throwing stones
June 18, 2014

The Magistrate court judge acquitted the 41-year old Mou’amar Rabyeh from the charges of participating in clashes that broke out in Al-Aqsa Mosque after actual imprisonment and house arrest for three months. Al-Dameer organization lawyer, Mohammad Mahmoud, said that the witnesses hearing session was held on Wednesday in the Magistrate court. While the police were giving their remarks, the contradiction between the witnesses was obvious and the judge acquitted Rabyeh from the charges of throwing stones and empty bottles and injuring an Israeli soldier inside Al-Aqsa. The lawyer added that his client was arrested on 22/03 and was released on 9/4 with a bail and open house arrest conditions, and he was fired from his job in a factory on Atarot due to the false accusation and had lost the job he had since 1999.