The the Israeli Supreme Court ruled Tuesday evening the release of the bodies of three Palestinian youths, who were killed after they carried out a deadly shooting attack on two Israeli policemen at al-Aqsa Mosque on July 14.
The court ordered that the bodies of the three young men must be released within 30 hours, arguing that police do not have any authority to hold the bodies of Umm al-Fahm residents.
However, the court said that Israeli police could set conditions to restrict their funeral.
Al-Aqsa shooting attack triggered an unprecedented security crackdown by Israel that was ensued by more than a week of escalating unrest. At least five Palestinians were killed and dozens were injured while several others were detained since the incident.
(Source / 26.07.2017)