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7 Palestinians banned from al-Aqsa
Published Friday 11/04/2014 (updated) 12/04/2014 18:25
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JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli police on Thursday banned seven Palestinians from entering the al-Aqsa mosque for 17 days.

Dar al-Aytam school principle Alaa Abu Shkeidem, Mousa al-Hallaq, Abdullah al-Singalawi, Wisam Hamoudeh, Mohammad Dawuood Tiryaqi, Ziyad Abu Hadwan, and Hamza Mhalles were banned.

They were also briefly detained Thursday morning.

Also Thursday, attorney Ziad al-Hidmi said that an Israeli court released Mohammad Nour Yousef Qneibi, 17, on 2,500-shekel bail and on the condition of house arrest for three days.

Qneibi was arrested three days ago for suspicion of setting a car on fire.
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1 ) Outlier / USA
12/04/2014 00:37
That's it?! No explanation as to why these individuals were banned? Ma'an should not be offering lessons on reporting until it can do a proper job of reporting.
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