Israeli forces kidnap two Jerusalemite boys in Ras Al-Amoud clashes

[ PIC 20/01/2013 – 11:36 AM ]

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) kidnapped on Saturday two Jerusalemite boys during clashes in Ras Al-Amoud neighborhood.

Eyewitnesses said the two boys were detained after a group of young men threw stones at an Israeli police car during the clashes that broke out in the neighborhood.

In another incident, the Israeli magistrates’ court decided to release a 14-year old boy named Amir Farroukh from Silwan district and place him under house arrest following two days of detention.

The Israeli court verdict also included orders to exile the oy to Al-Khalil city for seven days, fine him 5,000 shekels and make him sign a pledge to pay other 8,000 shekels as bail.

An uncle of the kid told Wadi information center that the Israeli judge refused to make the house arrest of his nephew in any of his relatives’ houses in Ras Al-Amoud neighborhood or Silwan district.

He added that the judge also refused to allow the kid to go home following his release to pack up his belongings and ordered him to head directly to Al-Khalil city from Al-Maskubia prison.

The uncle affirmed that the exile decision would adversely affect his nephew who would be away from his family and school during those days.

According to Wadi Hilwa center, a force of Israeli border guards kidnapped Amir Farroukh on Wednesday afternoon on his way to a restaurant in Ein Al-Lawza area of Silwan.


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