Israeli court banishes Palestinians from Aqsa Mosque, Turks from J’lem

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– An Israeli court on Friday decided to give 10 Palestinian detainees conditional release and expel three Turkish tourists from Jerusalem. According to the Palestinian Prisoner Society, the court ordered eight detainees to pay financial penalties and stay away from the Aqsa Mosque until July 22. Two others were ordered not to enter the Mosque for 15 days. The released citizens are Ahmed Razem, Yousef al-Shawesh, Hisham Beshiti, journalist Iyad Tawil, Mohamed al-Hashlamon, Mahdi Abu Diyab, Fouaad al-Kak, Ziyad al-Kak, Amjad al-Gharruf and Mohamed Shalabi. The court also deported three Turkish tourists from Jerusalem at the pretext of raising a Palestinian flag at the Aqsa Mosque. In another context, an Israeli court in Jerusalem extended the detention of two Palestinian minors after the Israeli prosecutor prepared an indictment against them. The detainees are Yousef Hazini and Khaled al-Sokhen.

(Source / 02.07.2016)

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