Deporting three Turks from Jerusalem…prison sentences and releases on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa and the Old City of Jerusalem
July 1, 2016

The Magistrate judge to release several Jerusalemites on condition of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque or deportation from the Old City of Jerusalem; he also deported three Turks from Jerusalem.

Deportations from Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City of Jerusalem

Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud explained that the Magistrate judge decided to release Ahmad Razem and Hisham Bashiti on conditions of isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 20 days and a 200-NIS bail, and Mohammad Shalabi for 15 days and a 400 NIS bail. He also decided to release Mohammad Abu Nijmeh with a 1000-NIS bail, house-arrest for one week and isolation from Al-Aqsa Mosque for 10 days.

The judge also released journalist Eyad Tawil, Mohammad Hashlamon, Mahdi Abu Diab, Fouad Al-Qaq and Ziad Al-Qaq on condition of deportation isolation from the Old City of Jerusalem for 20 days.

Lawyer Mahmoud added that the Magistrate judge decided to deport three Turks from the city of Jerusalem under the pretext of raising the Turkish and Syrian flags inside the courtyard of Al-Buraq Square, they are: Amri Ardok, Bakir Fateh and Kaya Obeed.

Prison sentences

The judge recently sentenced several Jerusalemites for actual imprisonment and fines, they are:

  • Bara’ Mahmoud: 11 months of actual imprisonment and a 3-thousand NIS fine.
  • Hussein Darwish: actual imprisonment for 4 months, a suspended probation of 6 months for three years and a 3600-NIS fine.
  • Odai Dirbas: actual imprisonment for 100 days, a suspended probation of 6 months for three years and a 3600-NIS fine.
  • Ahmad Obeid: actual imprisonment for 5 months, a suspended probation of 6 months for three years and a 3600-NIS fine.
  • Fadi Shallodi: actual imprisonment for 100 days, a suspended probation of 5 months for three years and a 2400-NIS fine.
  • Suhaib Idris: a suspended probation of 4 months, 80-hour course and a 3600-NIS fine
  •  Mansour Safadi: 80-hour course and a 3600-NIS fine.
  • Adnan Rajabi: a 3000-NIS fine and a 1000-NIS bail.

Extensions of arrest

The judge extended the arrest of 15-year old Omar Abu Ishaq and Abed Abu Qadous until Sunday; they are from Shu’fat and were arrested on Friday. He also extended the arrest of the children Yazan Tarwa, Ahmad Tarwa and Yousef Abulhawa until 4/7/2016, Abed Abu Saymeh until 20/7/2016, Khaled Abu Tayeh until 11/7/2016, Mohammad Abu Aweis until 13/7/2016, Mohammad Bader until 10/7/2016, Majd Risheq until 3/7/2016, Mohammad Abu Hummos until 4/7/2016, Ahmad Shawidh and Rami Fakhouri until 3/7/2016, Ahmad Burghal and Mohammad Abu Khdeir until 5/7/2016, Mohammad Halseh until 11/7/2016, Saleh Abu Asab and Nidal Abu Ghannam until 3/7/2016.

Releases

Lawyer Mohammad Mahmoud also added that the judge decided to release Fahed Naser with a third-party bail of 3 thousand NIS; Seif Abu Jom’a on condition of house-arrest for 10 days, a 700-NIS bail and a third-party bail. The judge also released Areen Za’aneen with a third-party bail and unconditionally released Mohammad Taha and the child Yazan Nouri.