Raiding Shu’fat refugee camp and arresting 15 workers…releasing a prisoner from Silwan
The occupation forces raided on Tuesday Shu’fat refugee camp and arrested 15 workers from the West Bank. Thaer Fasfoos, spokesman of Fateh Movement in Shu’fat refugee camp, explained that the forces raided the refugee camp and raided the construction sites and some commercial stores (grocery and clothing stores) and arrested more than 15 Palestinians from the West Bank and detained them near the military checkpoint. Fasfoos added that scattered flashes broke out in the camp between the young men and Israeli occupation forces which fired grenades and rubber bullets. On the other hand, the administration of Negev prison released the 27-year old Jerusalemite prisoner Mohammad Khalil Bader after spending 30 months in the occupation’s prisons. The freed prisoner was arrested in March 2013 and was interrogated at Al-Maskobyeh cells. Upon arrival to Jerusalem, Bader visited Al-Aqsa Mosque and performed the Afternoon Prayer and was then welcomed by the locals of Silwan who chanted for the prisoners, Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa. The freed prisoner was also arrested in 2010 during clashes that broke out in the neighborhood of Al-Sowaneh east of the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. He spent 40 days in the detention center and was then put on house-arrest.