Extending the arrest of 11 Jerusalemites who were arrested during the clashes condemning the martyrdom of Mohammad Abu Khdeir
The Magistrate court judge extended on Friday the arrest of 11 Jerusalemites who were arrested during the violent clashes that broke out in the city to condemn the martyrdom of the child Mohammad Abu Khdeir. Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud from Al-Dameer organization, lawyer Mufeed Al-Hajj from Prisoner’s Club and lawyer Ziad Hidmi from the International movement to defend children explained that the judge extended the arrest of 11 Jerusalemites including minors until Sunday and they are: Tarek Abu Khdeir, Fathi Shawish, Naser Abu Sbeih, Khaled Abu Sneineh, Mohammad Abu Khdeir, Mohammad Abu Nee’, Ahmad Salhab, Ala’ Abu Laban and Shafe’ Salhab. The judge also extended the arrest of Karim Abu Khdeir until Monday to submit an indictment against him, and extended the arrest of Amer Ali Hasan until Monday; note that Amer is still at the hospital and was not brought to court because of injuries suffered during the arrest by the Musta’ribeen (undercover police). It is noteworthy that Tarek Abu Khdeir was injured with a broken jaw and several other bruises after he was assaulted by the Musta’ribeen.