Gaza, ALRAY -Israeli court in Jerusalem issued Sunday exile orders against a number of Jerusalemites for varying periods.
Palestinian sources reported that the court exiled Izzideen al-Shaloudi, Malik al-Showaiki , Mohammed Romman and student Muhannad Atieya for a week from al-Aqsa mosque with a third party guarantee, and exiled Ali Abu Sheikha for 45 days from al-Aqsa mosque and 12 days from the old city of Jerusalem.
Abu Sheikha was released on a NIS 3,000 personal bail.
The court stated that it also exiled Ihab Ighbarieya from the old city of Jerusalem and al-Aqsa mosque until 20 June with a NIS500 personal bail and NIS 5000 to be paid by a third party.
The same Israeli court extended the detention of photojournalist Amjad Abuuu Arafa, al-Aqsa guard Mu’tasem Sedr, Mohammed Zain and Mohammed Arafa from Jerusalem until Monday, while extended the detention of Mohammed Jom’a and Wissam Yasin until Tuesday, unconditionally releasing child Abdullah Tibi and Hamed al-Tamimi.