Palestinian activist rebuffs Israeli order banning him from his hometown

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Palestinian anti-occupation activist Samer Abu Eisha on Monday voiced his firm rebuff of an Israeli decision to deport him from his hometown—Occupied Jerusalem.

Abu Eisha received an order issued by an Israeli army commander banning him from Occupied Jerusalem until May 15, 2016.

The deportation order specified the precise hours when the activist should be allowed into Occupied Jerusalem for legal or investigation procedures only.

Abu Eisha, 28, said he received the deportation order at a time when the Israeli occupation authorities are expected to end his house confinement going on for two months and 20 days.

He dubbed the ban “oppressive,” saying he will never leave Occupied Jerusalem unless there is a legitimate reason for the issue.

Earlier, on December 15, Israel’s internal front army commander slapped similar orders on 13 Palestinian citizens, including children, banning them from Occupied Jerusalem for varying time spans.

(Source / 22.12.2015)

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