Abbas militia imposes blackout on hunger-striker in Al-Khalil jail

[ 11/03/2011 – 04:23 PM ]

 

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Family of kidnapped Palestinian citizen Wajdi Taha, 25, has accused the militia of Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank of imposing blackout on the condition of their son who is on hunger-strike for many days now, holding Abbas personally responsible for the well-being of their son.

According to Wajdi’s mother, the militia allowed her a visit to her son on Thursday, but refused to leave the two in the room specified for visits, and forced them to talk in front of them in the interrogation room.

“My son told me that he was still holding on his hunger strike till he is released because he is innocent and he was detained without charges, and when the interrogators heard him saying that they grabbed and pushed him inside telling me that the visit was over and I had to go home”, the mother underlined.

The family of Taha held the PA security forces and Mahmoud Abbas responsible for his life, urging human rights institutions to help them know anything about their son.

Taha, a civil engineer, was kidnapped last September and held without charges. The PA security forces refused to release him till now despite court decisions ordering his immediate release.

Abbas militia imposes blackout on hunger-striker in Al-Khalil jail.

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