After the District Court overruled the Magistrate Court (Beit Mishpat Hashalom) on Friday and ordered the Minor from Yitzhar kept in jail over Shabbat, on Sunday, the Magistrate Court once again ordered the boy be freed.
This time the Petach Tikva court ordered the boy free to go home until his hearing tomorrow, when the State will try to explain why he should not be free.
Three weeks ago the boy received an administrative distancing order from the IDF ordering him to leave his parents home and all of Judea and Samaria. If the 15-year-old boy leaves his home, he has no where to go.
It is unknown as to why he received the administrative order. He also received an administrative order forbidding him to talk to his 12-year-old neighbor.
If that wasn’t insane enough, someone in the army decided to send the boy to some farm down south, where he will have a bed, food (unknown if it’s kosher) and sanitary conditions, and apparently some re-education.
The parents are obviously fighting it.
The mother, who is an American citizen, has now turned to the US Embassy for assistance in protecting the basic human rights of her son, which she believes are being violated.
The boy’s lawyer plans to demand the court free the boy unconditionally, as no one has provided any evidence that the boy has even done anything wrong.
On Friday, the Magistrate court strongly criticized the police for their complete mishandling of the case and ignoring the welfare of the child whose life they are toying with.Jewish Press News Briefs