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14 Palestinian detainees attend Israel court sessions

July 4, 2014 10:31 P.M. (Updated: July 4, 2014 10:31 P.M.)
RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- Fourteen Palestinian youths and minors had hearing sessions in the Israeli magistrate court on Friday, a Palestinian Prisoner’s Society lawyer said.

The 14 were detained on Thursday.

Four were detained from the Old City of Jerusalem; Muhammad Ghusheh, Ashraf al-Zaatari, Fayiz Bituni and Shawish Fathi.

Five were detained from Shufat; Tariq Abu Khdeir, Muhammad Abu Khdeir, Muhammad Abu Nabaa, Karim Abu Khdeir and Amer ali Hassan.

Five were detained from Beit Hanina; Nasser Abu Sbeih, Khalid Abu Snineh, Shafee Salhab, Ahmad Salhab and Ala Abu Laban.

PPS lawyer Mufid al-Hajj said that some of the detainees were injured during clashes and were brought to the court from hospitals.

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