Releasing a child and her mother after interrogating them for several hours
December 17, 2015

The occupation police released on Wednesday Sana’ Rajabi and her 12-year old daughter Hadil after interrogating them for several hours at Al-Qishleh police center in the Old City of Jerusalem. Rajabi explained that the police requested her on Wednesday morning for interrogation at Al-Qishleh police center after her daughter was called for interrogation on Tuesday night; the interrogator requested the mother to accompany her daughter to interrogation. Rajabi added that the police accused her of attacking a policeman near King Faisal Gate (one of Al-Aqsa Mosque’s gates) and interrogated them for several hours; Hadil was interrogated alone on the charges against her mother. During the interrogation, the interrogator threatened Hadil to arrest her mother. The police released Sana’ Rajabi on condition of not going near King Faisal Gate and Hutta Gate for two weeks. It is noteworthy that the occupation police had prevented Hadil and her mother from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque since last August as their names are listed in the so-called “black list” prepared by the police. The police also assaulted Hadil Rajabi several times inside Al-Aqsa and at its gates.