Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles the Palestinian techno deejay Sama Abdelhadi is to remain in custody for holding a gig in an ancient shrine. Palestinian police extended her detention by 15 days after she was arrested on Sunday following the performance. It wasn't so much what she was doing, but where that sparked debate on social media on led to an investigation. This is what it usually looks like it the shrine of Naby Moussa in the West Bank. The site is also a mosque and Palestinians visit to pray. Some commentators are expressing anger at the D J for filming at an important religious site, but her brother claims they have permission to be there. On Saturday night, Way sent an application to the Ministry of Tourism request to film in several specific places. The tracks that we wanted to play. We got a response on three places which are Nabi Musa Shrine, Husham Palace and Sebastian. So we filmed there and the security guard of the shrine even opened the place for us. A group of men entered the site, disrupting the performance and driving out the attendees. Some of the men appeared to throw firecrackers. The ministry declined to comment, saying it was looking into the matter on online petition has been launched, demanding the release of the D.