Nablus, ALRAY - The Israeli military court of "Salem" imposed an 11-month prison sentence and a fine of 3,000 shekels ($950) to Palestinian detainee Husam Dweikat, from the occupied West Bank town of Beita in southern Nablus.
Israeli occupation forces detained Dweikat on 27 April during a raid on his home and moved him to "Petah Tikva" detention centre and then to "Ofer" prison, according to the Asra Media Office.
Dweikat has been jailed for nearly nine months so far, the office added.
The Israeli military court of "Ofer", meanwhile, sentenced Palestinian detainee Sultan Abu Mustafa, a 32-year-old from Balata camp east of Nablus, to one year in jail and ordered him to pay a fine of 2,000 shekels ($630).
The Israeli occupation forces detained Abu Mustafa on 12 April after storming and ransacking his house in Balata camp.
Abu Mustafa was then moved to Jalama detention centre, where he had been interrogated for two weeks.