Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - Israeli Magistrate's Court in the occupied Jerusalem extended Wednesday the detention of five Jerusalemite youths and released three others.
Addameer organization lawyer Mohammed Mahmoud and lawyer of prisoner club Mofid al-Haj said that the court judge extended the arrest of three minors, from Sa'adiya quarter, known as Hamed Tamimi, Omar and Mostafa Mona.
Lawyers pointed out that the minors were detained on charge of participating in clashes erupted last April. The court extended Ibrahim Bayaa's detention from Shoa'afat refugee camp up to May 11.
In a related context, the court’s judge decided to release Naser Jarjour,14, Mohammed Dala'a, 14, and Jamal Mezero on bail of NIS 350. The court ruled to put both of them under house arrest until May 9.
The court judge released Mohammed Tofaha,16, with a fine of NIS 3600.
The detention of sick child Mohammed al-Zeeer was extended till May 9 for interrogation purposes , accusing him of throwing stones in Solwan. Despite his young age and suffering from heart disease , Israeli forces arrested al-Zeer after raiding his house in Solwan.
Israeli occupation extended Ramadan Abu Torok's detention who was arrested from inside al-Aqsa mosque. He refused to sign an order of 15-day exile.