Detained Palestinian journalist Mohammad Mona’s detention without charge or trial was renewed by Ofer military court for four months late on Thursday, August 14. Mona has been held without charge or trial under administrative detention since August 7, 2013; this is the third time his administrative detention has been renewed.
Mona was taken from his home in Nablus as occupation forces ransacked his belongings and confiscated his belongings. He previously spent over 5 years in occupation prisons in several periods of detention. Mona reports for Al-Quds Press.
No charges have been presented against him, and he is being held allegedly on the basis of secret evidence. Al Muhja foundation reported that there are 14 Palestinian journalists currently held in occupation prisons.