The Israeli occupation police on Sunday released Palestinian prisoner Mohamed Derbas, from Jerusalem, after he completed his prison term and later issued a summons for interrogation against him.
A local official in Jerusalem said that the administration of Ramon jail released Derbas, a resident of Issawiya district in east Jerusalem, after he served his 16-month prison sentence.
Later, Israeli police and intelligence officers stormed the house of Derbas’ family in Issawiya and prohibited them from holding any festivity or meeting to celebrate the release of their son, according to Saleh Derbas, the prisoner’s brother.
An Israeli officer asked the family to pledge in writing not to receive guests or put up flags or banners to celebrate Derbas’ release, but the family rejected to write or sign anything.
The officer also handed the family a summons ordering Derbas to go to al-Maskubiya police station on Monday in west Jerusalem for an interrogation session.
(Source / 15.04.2018)