West Bank, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation military court of "Ofer" handed down Wednesday jail sentences and fines to four Palestinians from the occupied West Bank.
The Asra Media Office reported that the court sentenced Jamal Diriyah, Kamel Diriyah, and Mohammed Diriyah to 12 months in prison and fined each one of them 1,000 shekels ($288).
Israeli occupation forces detained the three young men after storming and ransacking their homes in Beit Fajjar town south of Bethlehem about five months ago.
Meanwhile, the Israeli court sentenced Hamada Aby Samreh to 22 months in prison and ordered him to pay a fine of 5,000 shekels ($1,440).
Israeli occupation forces detained Abu Samreh on 27 February after raiding and ransacking his family home in Al-Judeida village near Jenin.
Abu Samreh was then moved to the "Jalama" detention centre, where he was subjected to weeks-long interrogation in harsh conditions.