Releasing two children and isolating them from Al-Aqsa
March 10, 2014

The Israeli police released on Monday night two Jerusalemite children with financial guarantees. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the police at Al-Qishleh police center released 16-year old Abdelraheem Barbar after signing a 3-thousand NIS financial guarantee and on condition of house arrest for 5 days and isolation from Al-Aqsa for 30 days. Mona Barbar said that the police interrogated her son from the early morning hours until the afternoon and prevented his parents from attending the interrogation under the pretext of “obstructing the investigation”. She explained that the police called her to interrogate her as well and after waiting in front of Al-Qishleh police center, they releaser her son with the above mentioned conditions until the court date. She added that the interrogator concentrated about Al-Aqsa incidents and the clashes that broke out in its courtyards during the interrogation; note that the police arrested him on Monday early morning hours after raiding and precisely searching his home in the neighbourhood of Ras Al-Amoud in Silwan. Isolation of Omar Abulhawa The police also isolated 14-year old Omar Abulhawa from Al-Aqsa for 30 days and imposed house arrest on him for a week; note that he was arrested on Monday early morning from his home in the neighbourhood of Al-Tur.