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Israel court extends detention of 14 Palestinians

July 4, 2014 11:25 P.M. (Updated: July 4, 2014 11:25 P.M.)
RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- An Israeli court extended the detention of 14 Palestinians from Jerusalem, Palestinian Prisoners’ Society lawyer Mufeed al-Hajj said.

The detention of Mohammad Gosheh, 21, Ashraf al-Zatari, 26, Fayez al-Baytuni, 18, Ahmad Salhab, 15, Nasser Abu Sbeih, 21, Khalid Abu Sneineh, 24, Alaa Abu Laban, and Shafi Salhab, 18, was extended to Sunday, July 6 to continue the investigation.

The detention of six people from Shufat was also extended.

Mahmoud Abu Khdeir, 16, Mohammad Abu Nie, 15, Karim Abu Khdeir, 23, Amer Hassan, 32, Shawish Fathi, 22, and Tariq Abu Khdeir, 15, who was brutally beaten by Israeli police during his arrest, will remain in custody until Monday, July 7.

They were all detained in clashes that erupted in different areas in Jerusalem on Thursday after the abduction, and the murder of Palestinian teenager Mohammad Abu Khdeir.
Ma'an News Agency
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