IOF bans Jerusalemite activist from travel for 6 months

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Israeli intelligence in al-Maskobiya issued a ban of travel order against Head of the Jerusalemite Committee against Judaization, Naser al-Hedmi, for six months citing alleged security reasons.  Hedmi, 47, pointed out that the order was issued on June 14 and it was delivered only on Monday, July 11 “in order not to give him the chance to appeal against it”, he said. It is the second time in which he was issued a ban from travel order, he highlighted.  Hedmi was held in Israeli jails on three past occasions in which he served three years. He was also deported away from the Aqsa Mosque for 15 days.

(Source / 12.07.2016)

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