Isolating 8 Jerusalemites from Al-Aqsa Mosque and arresting three young men
April 13, 2014

The Israeli police arrested three young men on Thursday afternoon while they were entering Al-Aqsa Mosque, they are: Mohammad Abu Farha, Mohammad Ziad and Salah Ajloni. Isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque In a related matter, the Israeli police released on Thursday five Jerusalemites on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 17 days. They are: Ala’ Abu Shkhedem, director of Dar Al-Aytam School, Mousa Hallaq, Abdullah Sinjlawi, Mohammad Hallaq, Wisam Hammoudeh, Mohammad Daoud Tiryaqi, Ziad Abu Hadwan and Hamzeh Milhes; note that they were isolated until 27/04/2014. It is noteworthy that the Israeli forces arrested them on Thursday morning within a series of arrests carried out by the Israeli authorities in the neighbourhoods of the Old City of Jerusalem and especially in Al-Wad Street and Bab Hutta. Release The lawyer of the International movement to defend children, Ziad Hidmi, said that the Magistrate court judge released the 17-year old child Mohammad Nour Yousef Qneibi with a 2500-NIS bail and on condition of house arrest for 3 days; note that he was arrested nearly two weeks ago on charges of burning a car owned by Jews in Al-Thori. Sentences Mohammad Mahmoud, Al-Dameer organization lawyer, said that the Magistrate court judge sentenced on Thursday the 15-year old child Mohammad Jaber for 5 months of actual imprisonment on charges of attacking settlers in the Old City of Jerusalem; note that Jaber was arrested on 20/10/2013 and was detained for one week and then was released on condition of house arrest and isolation. The lawyer said that he will appeal the Magistrate court’s decision in the District court. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was also informed that the District court judge sentenced 18-year old Obaida Aton for one and a half years of actual imprisonment.