Israel-Gaza War, Gush Katif

Court frees protestors who infiltrated into Gaza Strip in restricted circumstances

A group of young protestors who crossed into the Gaza Strip and protested for resettling it have been released by the court under restricted circumstances.

Demonstration near Gaza. Illustration. (Photo: Chaim Goldberg/Flash90)

The court decided to release a group of young protestors who crossed into the Gaza Strip and protested in favor of resettling it.

The Beer Sheva District court conducted a discussion today regarding seven suspects who crossed into the Gaza Strip via Erez Crossing and protested there in favor of resettling Gush Katif and other areas inside the Gaza Strip.

The court decided to release the suspects, under restrictive conditions due to their clashing and interfering with security forces on site. Specifically, they are barred from entering an area within 10 km from border areas for a period of 90 days.

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