Ofer Israeli military court, in the Ramallah region, on Thursday morning, 10 March 2016, has agreed to release activist Manal Tamimi (43) after two days of detention, on a fine of 4,000 shekels (approximately $1,000), and other restrictions.Restrictions include that Manal does not publish any Facebook posts or photos about one of the Israeli border guards (Yousef Nasser Eddin), who complained that she shared a video of him violently attacking Palestinian paramedics and journalists, during clashes near Beit El checkpoint, to the north of Ramallah, back in October of 2015.

Manal was also conditioned, according to the PNN, not to direct any “virtual threats” against any Israeli officers.

On Wednesday, the court decided to extend Manal’s arrest until Friday, 11 March 2016.

On 8 March 2016, International Women’s Day, Manal was kidnapped from her home in Al-Nabi Saleh village, also near Ramallah, after Israeli forces stormed the home at 1:30 AM.

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