Palestinian citizen detained on charge of transferring money to prisoners

[ PIC 25/09/2012 – 12:09 PM ]

NAZZARETH, (PIC)– Israeli Court in Haifa city, in the northern 1948-occupied Palestine, sentenced a Palestinian youth, 33 from Musmus town northern occupied Palestine, to three years suspended sentence in addition to paying fine of eighteen thousand dollars, on Monday.

According to the indictment, the Palestinian man, whose name was not mentioned by the court, used to transfer money, estimated at 150 thousand dollars at least, for Palestinian ex-prisoners, captives’ families and activists from Hamas movement during the period between November 2011 and February 2012.

The court’s statement said that the indictment shows that the Palestinian detainee transferred large amounts of money of a Palestinian from the village of Barta’a al-Sharqiya near the city of Jenin, in order to put it in a bank account in China.

The statement claimed also the that the judge stressed, during the session, that transferring large sums of money for security ex-prisoners and their families would encourage “terrorism” and cause damage and harm to the occupation’s security.

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