Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –Israeli authorities revoked on Monday the ID of Jerusalem woman over Facebook posts in solidarity with husband inside Israeli jails.
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Mona Shalabi, 43, was ordered by the Israeli police to leave occupied Jerusalem less than two weeks after her husband was sentenced to nine months in Israeli prisons over Facebook posts.
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Her husband, Omar Shalabi, former Fatah official in Jerusalem, was sentenced to nine months in an Israeli prison for allegedly inciting anti-Jewish violence and supporting “terror” in posts and comments on Facebook.
His wife said that the revocation of her Jerusalem ID had been enacted to put further pressure on her husband.
Shalabi has been living in the Al-Suwwana Neighbourhood of occupied Jerusalem since she got married to her Jerusalem-resident husband 23 years ago.
She has been given 21 days to appeal on the order.
Residency status of 107 Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem was revoked in 2014, adding to the14,309 since 1967.