Father of martyr expelled from Old City
The Israeli occupation authorities released on Friday Abdulsalam Abu Ghazaleh, father of the martyr Thaer Abu Ghazaleh, after he was accused of “incitement”, but ordered his expulsion from occupied Jerusalem.
According to Jumana, Abdulsalam’s sister, the Magistrate Court issued a release order on Friday providing that her brother Abu Ghazaleh gets expelled from the Old City for two weeks, and by this decision, he is also deprived of staying at his parents’ home there, according to al-Quds Press news agency.
She pointed out that the Israeli occupation police arrested her brother last Tuesday after he was summoned for investigation in al-Qishleh police station to the west of occupied Jerusalem, and extended his detention twice on charges of “incitement” on Facebook.
Israeli intelligence agents raided the house of Abu Ghazaleh’s family last Tuesday in the Old City of Jerusalem, tampered with its contents, confiscated electronic devices and mobile phones, and tore up pictures of martyr Abu Ghazaleh and pictures of other martyrs that were hung in the house.
Thaer Abu Ghazaleh was killed on 8th October 2015 after he carried out a stabbing attack against four Israelis in Tel Aviv. His body remained withheld in Israeli morgues until 30th August 2016.
(Source / 13.01.2017)