Demarcation order protested
Thursday, March 8, 2018, 11:01 The two 18-year old youths who were detained on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 7, at the Geulat Tzion outpost in the Shilo Bloc, on suspicion of violating a demarcation order, refused to sign on conditions distancing them from the outpost, were kept in remand overnight and will be brought to a deliberation at the Jerusalem Magistrate Court shortly. Honenu Attorney Adi Kedar is representing the detainees. On Wednesday, the detainees were interrogated at the Sha’ar Binyamin Police Station. After the interrogation the police offered conditional release, which included distancing from the outpost. As part of a public protest the Geulat Tzion residents are conducting against the demarcation order imposed on the site, the two detainees refused to sign on a conditional release distancing them from the outpost and were kept in remand overnight. Their friends are expected to protest opposite the courthouse during the deliberation. Also on Thursday, a minor was detained by detectives from the Central Unit of the Yehuda and Shomron Police at the entrance to Havat Gilad in the Shomron. Honenu Attorney Nati Rom is assisting the youth.