Amnesty: Release prisoner of conscience Bassem Tamimi

MAAN NEWS AGENCY MARCH 2 2012

 

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Anti-wall protest organizer Bassem Tamimi is a prisoner of conscience and should be released immediately and unconditionally, Amnesty International reiterated Friday.

Tamimi was arrested in March and charged with “incitement and support of a hostile organization, organizing and participating in unauthorized processions, incitement to throwing objects against a person or property”.

Amnesty says Tamimi, detained for his role in organizing protests against the encroachment onto Palestinian lands by Israeli settlers, denies the charges and should be considered a prisoner of conscience.



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