Jerusalem, ALRAY - An Israeli occupation court handed down Wednesday three- and four-year prison terms for two young Palestinian men from occupied Jerusalem.
The Israeli court sentenced Ibrahim al-Zaatari to four years and four months in jail and ordered him to pay a fine of 15,000 shekels ($4,360).
The Israeli court also handed down a 30-month prison sentence and a fine of 14,000 shekels ($4,070) to Mohammed al-Birous, an -18-year-old from Sheikh Jarrah.
His mother, Khitam, slammed the sentence given to her son as "unjust and arbitrary."
The Israeli occupation army detained al-Birous in February of last year, along with Moataz al-Saou, Bilal al-Jabari, and Jamal al-Husseini.
Three months ago, the Israeli occupation authorities released al-Husseini and handed him an order placing him under house arrest indefinitely and exiling him to Abu Ghosh town west of occupied Jerusalem.
The Israeli occupation authorities, meanwhile, sentenced Adnan al-Hirbawi, from Al-Ram town in northern Jerusalem, to 36 months in prison and fined him 7,500 shekels ($2,180).
The Israeli court postponed the trials of Hussein Dar Essa until next August and Ihab Abu Sneineh until Friday.