Jerusalemite activist Mona Al-Kurd told Al-Jazeera Mubasher that she was threatened twice by the Israeli occupation police during her interrogation.
Mona explained in an interview with (Al Evening) on Al Jazeera Mubasher that a policeman threatened her during the first investigation period and asked her if she was happy with her arrest.
She added that she went out for a break and that she saw her brother Muhammad while she was waiting for the second investigation period, but the occupation police prevented them from talking together, so they only exchanged signals.
She said a policewoman insisted on going with her to the bathroom when she requested it during the break.
In turn, Nasser Odeh, the lawyer for the two brothers, Muhammad and Mona, said that they were investigated on charges of participating in riots and acts that might disturb public security.
He explained that the occupation authorities may summon Mona and Muhammad at a later time for interrogation.
Odeh added that the accusations leveled against Mona and Muhammad are political and there are no legal foundations or articles for them, and they are part of the policy pursued by the occupation authorities recently to silence any voice of influencers who convey the truth of what is happening to the world.
The Israeli occupation authorities released activist Mona Al-Kurd, hours after she was arrested from her home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.
The occupation police took Mona to the Salah al-Din police station for interrogation, and left a summons in Hebrew for her brother Muhammad, who later surrendered to the occupation police before releasing him.