Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Monday at dawn, two Palestinian children in the al-â€˜Eesawiyya town, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem, and took them to an interrogation facility. Children and residents remanded for further interrogation.Head of the Jerusalem Detaineesâ€™ Committee, Amjad Abu â€˜Asab, said the soldiers kidnapped Mohammad Abu Ramouz, 16, and Mohammad Saâ€™ida, 16, after breaking into their homes, and violently searching them.
The two were moved to the al-Maskobiyya interrogation center, west of Jerusalem. They will have a hearing in the District Court later in the day to decide a remand request from the prosecution.
In addition, lawyer of the Ad-Dameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association Mohammad Mahmoud, said that the District Court ordered, Sunday, two children identified as Mohammad Abdul-Razeq, 14, and Ghassan â€˜Asssi, 14, under further interrogation.
The two children were taken prisoner from the ath-Thoury neighborhood, in Silwan.
Mahmoud added that a detained child, identified as Mohammad Suleiman, 15, from al-â€˜Eesawiyya, was released and placed under house arrest.
Resident Wael Salayma, who was kidnapped Sunday, will have a court hearing on Tuesday, while Mousa al-â€˜Ajlouni, accused of stabbing two Israeli officers, will be sent to court by the end of the month.
Many other detained Palestinians from Jerusalem, including Mohammad Abu Sbeitan, Yousef Abu Jomâ€™a, Mahdi Sayyad and Attallah â€˜Awad, have been ordered under further interrogation, while detainee Mohammad Hamad has a trial date scheduled for April 26.
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