Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation court issued on Tuesday prison sentences against several Palestinian Jerusalemite detainees, ranging from 8 to 17 months.
The Israeli occupation court sentenced Jerusalemite activist Muhammad al-Dakkak from al-Thawri neighborhood in Silwan to 10 months in prison, in addition to a fine of 1,000 shekels, knowing that he was detained about a month ago, while Hamza al-Julani was sentenced to 11 months in prison.
Moreover, the Israeli military court in Ofer sentenced Shadi Jamal Amira from the town of Surbahir to 14 months in prison and fined him as well; however, the Committee of the Families of Jerusalem Detainees said that Shadi informed the court of his refusal to pay the fine, after which he was sentenced to another two weeks in prison.
It is worth mentioning that Shadi Amira, a student and activist at Birzeit University, has been detained in several Israeli prisons and is currently detained in Ramon Desert Prison.
In the same context, the Israeli Central Court sentenced three Palestinian youths from Ras al-Amud neighborhood in Silwan town to prison, namely Ahmad al-Ghoul for 16 months, Abdallah al-Zaghal for 17 months, and Qais Hassouna for 14 months.
Meanwhile, the Commission of Detainees and Ex-detainees Affairs said that Jerusalemite detainee Husam Salem Matar, 40, from Jabal Mukaber in occupied Jerusalem suffers from a serious and sensitive health condition due to Israeli medical negligence, as he has been in solitary confinement for 74 days.