Friday, June 21, 2013

Following the Arab Press Following Pro-Temple Mount Activism

Do you know what this says?

محكمة الاحتلال تنظر في قضية ابعاد متطرف من المسجد الاقصى

بيت لحم /PNN -طالبت محكمة صلح الاحتلال بالقدس اليوم الشرطة الاسرائيلية بتوضيح الاسباب حول منع احد نشطاء اليمين المتطرفين من دخول المسجد الاقصى والذين يعتدون على مشاعر المسلمين ويسيؤون الى قدسية المسجد الاقصى.
وكانت الشرطة قد أوقفت الناشط على ذمة التحقيق بعد أن انهال على أحد موظفي الهيئة الإسلامية العليا في الحرم وأصابه بجروح.
وقالت شرطة الاحتلال انها قامت بابعاده من ساحة المسجد الاقصى، مشيرة الى  أنها سترد على طلب المحكمة في موعد اقصاه الاحد القادم.

Basically, it reports on the upcoming appeal of Dan Tobul (center)

 and that

Court to consider the issue of occupation extreme dimensions of the al-Aqsa mosque

...Jerusalem Magistrate's Court today demanded that Israeli police clarify the reasons for the prevention of extremist right-wing activists from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque, who abuse the feelings of Muslims and insult the sanctity of al-Aqsa mosque.  The police had arrested activist pending investigation after he beat on one of the staff of the Supreme Islamic Council in the campus and suffered injuries.  Israeli police said it would respond to the request of the Court no later than next Sunday.

Until next week.



The arrest of the Director of the Al-Aqsa Mosque extended...on Wednesday, the arrest and detention of Director of the Al-Aqsa Mosque Pkarat [sp?] was extended until Friday, provided the interrogation ends. According to the wife of Sheikh Pkarat, defense lawyers for her husband filed an appeal on the decision of the Magistrate's Court issued last Monday, and the judge extended his detention until Friday...[he] was arrested at Lod airport, while returning from travel after performing Umrah.

The Zionist Magistrate's Court also extended the arrest of young Jerusalemites, Iyad Omar Shalabi, 21, and Prince Alqdmana 18 years, until next Sunday on charges of assault on the Zionist settlers in the neighborhood of Sawwanah Jerusalem, knowing that they were arrested after a raid on their homes in the neighborhood this morning yesterday.

The court also extended the arrest of Abdullah Abu Sabih 19 years, and Thaer Abu Sabih 20 years, on Thursday, on charges of assault on settlers in Jerusalem.

The Magistrate's Court yesterday extended the arrest Adli and Mohammed Najib on Thursday, on charges of assault on the settlers.


District court informed Tobul this morning that his appeal doesn't belong in that court and so he'll go to the High Court of Justice.


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