Another Shomron resident served with administrative order
Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 17:52 At approximately 17:30 on Wednesday, October 7, Efi Haikin, a 24 year-old Yitzhar resident and father of two, was served with an administrative order by police detectives and a coordinator from the Jewish Department of the GSS, who detained him at the Rahelim Junction. The order bans him from entering Jerusalem and the Shomron for one year, places him under house arrest at night for six months and forbids him to contact 29 specific people. Within 48 hours from the time the order was issued, and it was signed approximately one week ago, he is required to report on a new place of residence. Over the past week five additional youths have received administrative orders. On Monday, October 5, a Shomron resident received an administrative order for house arrest at night, on Tuesday, October 6, a youth currently under house arrest by court order received an order forbidding him to make contact with 33 specific people, and another youth received an order banning him from entering Yehuda and Shomron. During the intermediary days of the Succot holiday two youths from Jerusalem received orders banning them from entering Yehuda and Shomron. Currently there are in total approximately 30 Jews under administrative orders, some of whom are in detention under varying conditions and others banned from entering certain regions. For more information on recent administrative detainees please see here.