Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Israeli Magistrates’ Court’s judge in the occupied Jerusalem extended detention of four Jerusalemite prisoners, and released two with conditions.
Lawyer of al-Dameer association, Mohammed Mahmoud, said the court's judge extended detention of youth Mahmoud Abdulatif and minor Mohammed Abu Esnina to April 23.
The Israeli forces arrested them on last Wednesday after clashes erupted in Al-Aqsa mosque.
He added that the judge released youth Amro Abu Arafa on bail of 3000 NIS.
Israeli intelligence demanded extending Abu Arafa’s detention for five days claiming that he threw Molotov cocktail, stones, and bombs at them inside Al-Aqsa mosque.
The judge released Munir Albalbisi,17, and prevented him from entering al-Aqsa Mosque for 60 days.
The lawyer added that the judge extended detention of Mohammed and Ibrahim Alian to April 24 to be interrogated; they were arrested on April 11.
Local sources said that Israeli forces arrested Wednesday evening and Thursday morning six Palestinian citizens and led them to al-Qashla interrogation center in Jerusalem.