Sentencing two minors for actual imprisonment, extending the arrest of four young men and releasing six Jerusalemites
March 30, 2014

The District court sentenced on Sunday two Jerusalemite children for 60 days of actual imprisonment. Mohammad Mahmoud, Al-Dameer organization lawyer, informed Wadi Hilweh Information Center that the District court judge sentenced his two clients, Louai Jaber and Ahmad Natsheh, for 60 days of actual imprisonment on charges of throwing stones at an Israeli bus last August. They were detained for two weeks and then released on condition of house arrest and the lawyer was then able to reduce the house arrest sentence by allowing them to go to school. The lawyer explained that the two minors have to turn themselves in on the 13th of April, 2014 in order to serve their sentences. Extension of arrest The Magistrate court judge extended on Sunday the arrest of the child Ahmad Ashayer until Tuesday. In a related matter, Wadi Hilweh Information center was informed that the District court judge extended the arrest of three young men from the village of Esawyeh until next Sunday. They are: Waheeb Obeid, Mohammad Obeid and Mufeed Obeid; note that they were arrested on Saturday after midnight when the Israeli forces raided their homes in the village. Releases Lawyer Ziad Hidmi from the International movement to defend children, said that the police released on Sunday the minor Ibrahim Abu Jom’a after signing a 2000-NIS bail; note that he was arrested on Saturday during the march of “Earth Day”. The police also released the Jerusalemite activist, Samer Abu Eisheh, with a 500-NIS bail and on condition of isolation from Salah Eddin Street and Damascus Gate for 15 days. The police also released on Saturday night Ahmad Masri, Munther Hirbawi, lawyer Tarek Assouli and the 13-year old child Wahj Alhaq after signing financial bails.