Isolations from Al-Aqsa…and extensions of arrest
August 25, 2014

The Israeli police isolated four young men from Al-Aqsa Mosque for one month. The Prisoner’s Club lawyer, Mufeed Al-Hajj, explained that the Israeli police released four young Jerusalemite men on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque for one month and house arrest for one week in addition to signing a third-party bail of 10 thousand NIS and a fine of 500 NIS. In a related matter, the lawyer of Al-Dameer organization, Mohammad Mahmoud, submitted a request to the Magistrate court judge on behalf of his client the 16-year old Majdi Zghari in order to allow him to go to school and reduce the house arrest conditions imposed on him; note that a session has been scheduled on 2/9/2014 to make a decision. The lawyer also said that the Magistrate judge sentenced last Thursday the two young men Ahmad Abulhawa and Hadi Abulhawa for actual imprisonment of 45 days and they turned themselves in on the same day; note that the charges against them of throwing stones and attacking the police have been dropped due to lack of evidence and they were only convicted of participating in clashes in Jerusalem. The District court judge extended the arrest of Mohammad Seif until 7/9/2014 and the Magistrate judge extended the arrest of Mousa Kurdieh until 1/9/2014.