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Colonel Aharon Mishnayot, Chief Justice of the Military Appeals Tribunal, granted the motion filed by the Military Prosecutor and ordered the continued detention of Abdallah Abu-Rahme, coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall in Bil’in. He did so despite the fact that Abu-Rahme has completed serving the prison term to which he was sentenced due to his role in organizing the demonstrations against the separation wall. (Hebrew, English)
Abdallah Abu Rahme, chair of the popular committee for the village of Bil’in, was supposed to be released from prison yesterday, after serving one year’s sentence. The military prosecution filed a motion to extend Abu Rahme’s imprisonment, despite the fact that he has served his sentence in full. (English)
Abdallah Abu Rhame, Chair of the Bil’in Grassroots Committee, was convicted of incitement and of organizing illegal demonstrations against the separation wall. Abu Rahme was acquitted of the charges of throwing stoens and possessing weapons materials.
The Yesh Din organization appealed to the Supreme Court demanding to require the Chief Military Prosecutor to initiate a criminal investigation against two soldiers who allegedly shot two Palestinians in the village of Awarta, in the Nablus district. The region was initially declared as an attempt to carry out a “pitchfork attack”, but according to the organization: “military persons admitted that the nature of the incident was not as unequivocal as had been described by the soliders. Two weeks after the incident Central Command Chief Avi Mizrahi admitted that the results of the Awarta incident were ‘difficult’”.