LiveBlog | HANA SHALABI DEPORTED TO GAZA – Photography & Video

April 1, 2012 Continuous updates

Addameer tweeted the next message moments ago that Hana Shalabi will be deported to Gaza today.



From one prison, into another prison, Gaza. World’s largest extermination camp. She will nor be able to see her family, nor they will be able to visit her. A violation of literally every humanitarian, fundamental right of family and freedom of movement. For only by Israel imposed racist policies make, that a Palestinian from West Bank, cannot go to Gaza or vice versa. While it remains.. all Palestine.

Aside from this, Hana Shalabi is in a very serious health condition after 43 days of hungerstrike, and Gaza suffers severely under Israel’s imposed restrictions, siege and fuel crisis, which causes inhumane condition for the needy and already ill, even makes many treatments impossible and making the already suffering hostage to Israel’s politics.

Already two children, a 4 year old girl and a 7 month old baby  perished  in the last weeks due to power blackouts as Gaza is shouting out for International intervention already and announces state of emergency already in February. Hana, also in need of medical aid, will be subjected to the same power outages and impossibilities due to a “deal” by Israel of which is worth mentioning Human Rights are not to negotiate about. Nor do deals, dismiss Israel of it’s obligations according to the Fourth Geneva Convention Art 55 and Art 56 to provide access to health care.

Amnesty International already issued a statement that the Palestinian detainee in Gaza deportation deal should be released to West Bank. Remains the question which kind of “deal” we are supposed to believe anyway for no lawyer nor doctor has visited Hana Shalabi for days now because Israel prohibited such.



More about this in the post of Ali Abunimah in comment on the inability of Addameer to confirm the end of hunger strike and warning of coercion

At this moment, the family of Hana Shalabi is transfered by the Red Cross to see Hana for the last time before she enters Gaza.


At 13:27 Palestinian Time : Maan News Agency confirmed the news:



Followed by IMEMC


Israeli media  Jerusalem Post is pumping up the propaganda about Hana’s deportation and calling her a “terrorist“.  Kindly notice: Hana Shalabi has not been charged at all, nor was she trialed. She is an administrative detainee of Israel which was released previously in the Shalit exchange deal and even received a Presidentiel Pardon from Shimon Peres (and his legal team) for what’s worth this diplomatic outcome of a pardon and merely shows the immorality and lawlessness of Israel’s judicial “system” regarding clemency.





15:03 In Gaza  the people preparing to receive and welcome Hana

Than @ICLAGaza, apparently an Israel propaganda account on twitter tweets a picture of Hana Shalabi meeting her family before being deported to Gaza:


On this tweet Ali Abunimah wrote the next – which leaves nothing over to imagination – and very clear post:

https://twitter.com/#!/AliAbunimah/status/186500918513106945

17:46 In Gaza



17:54 Maan News Agency reports: Shalabi arrives at Erez border crossing


Video Hana Arrives in Gaza


First Interview with Hana


Photography

Hana Shalabi (C) is escorted by Israeli prison guards upon her arrival to Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012. Shalabi, on hunger strike in protest at her detention without charges by Israel.

Hana Shalabi (C) is escorted by Israeli prison guards upon her arrival to Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012.
REUTERS/Amir Cohen

A Palestinian woman holds a poster depicting Hana Shalabi as she waits for her arrival near Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012. Shalabi, on hunger strike in protest at her detention without charges by Israel. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinians shout slogans while holding posters of Hanaa Shalabi, a prisoner who spent 43 days on hunger strike, as they wait to greet her near the Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip on April 1, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS

Palestinians hold posters of Hanaa Shalabi, a prisoner who spent 43 days on hunger strike, as they wait to greet her near the Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip on April 1, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS

Palestinians hold posters of Hanaa Shalabi, a prisoner who spent 43 days on hunger strike, as they wait to greet her near the Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip on April 1, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS

Hamas security forces stand guard in front of Palestinians holding posters of Hanaa Shalabi, a prisoner who spent 43 days on hunger strike, as they wait to greet her near the Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip on April 1, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS

Hana Shalabi being transfered moments ago

https://twitter.com/#!/dimaeleiwa/status/186483398200655873

Members of the media surround Hana Shalabi as she is carried to al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City April 1, 2012. Shalabi, held by Israel without charge, was deported to the Gaza Strip on Sunday under a deal that ended her 44-day hunger strike. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Hana Shalabi is carried to al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City April 1, 2012. Shalabi, held by Israel without charge, was deported to the Gaza Strip on Sunday under a deal that ended her 44-day hunger strike. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian medics tend to Hana Shalabi inside an ambulance after she crossed into Gaza at Erez border crossing between Israel and northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012. Shalabi, held by Israel without charges, was deported to the Gaza Strip on Sunday under a deal that ended her 44-day hunger strike. Photo via Reuters

Palestinian medics tend to Hana Shalabi (L) inside an ambulance after she crossed into Gaza at Erez border crossing between Israel and northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012. Shalabi, held by Israel without charges, was deported to the Gaza Strip on Sunday under a deal that ended her 44-day hunger strike. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian medics tend to Hana Shalabi (L) inside an ambulance after she crossed into Gaza at Erez border crossing between Israel and northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012. Shalabi, held by Israel without charges, was deported to the Gaza Strip on Sunday under an (illegal) "deal" in violation with the 4th Geneva Convention. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Hana Shalabi arrives to al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Sunday, April 1, 2012. Israel has released Shalabi, a 30-year-old Islamic Jihad supporter from the West Bank, and sent her to the Gaza Strip as part of a compromise deal that persuaded her to end her 43-day hunger strike to protest Israel's policy of "administrative detention," under which it can hold Palestinian prisoners for months without charge. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

Hana Shalabi arrives to al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Sunday, April 1, 2012. Israel has released Shalabi, a 30-year-old Islamic Jihad supporter from the West Bank, and sent her to the Gaza Strip as part of a compromise deal that persuaded her to end her 43-day hunger strike to protest Israel's policy of "administrative detention," under which it can hold Palestinian prisoners for months without charge. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

The mother (L), brothers and sister (2nd R) of Hana Shalabi leave the Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012. Shalabi, held by Israel without charges, was deported to the Gaza Strip REUTERS/Amir Cohen

The mother (L) and brother of Hana Shalabi leave the Erez border crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip April 1, 2012. Shalabi, held by Israel without charges, was deported to the Gaza Strip . REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Palestinian Hamas premier in the Gaza Strip, Ismail Haniya (2nd R) visits Palestinian prisoner Hanaa Shalabi (R), who spent 43 days on hunger strike in an Israeli prison, in Al-Shefa hospital in Gaza City on April 2, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip on April 1, under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO//MAHMUD HAMS

Palestinian Hamas premier in the Gaza Strip, Ismail Haniya (L) speaks with Palestinian prisoner Hanaa Shalabi (R), who spent 43 days on hunger strike in an Israeli prison, during his visit in Al-Shefa hospital in Gaza City on April 2, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip on April 1, under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO//MAHMUD HAMS

Palestinian prisoner Hanaa Shalabi (R), who spent 43 days on hunger strike, is hugged by a visitor in Al-Shefa hospital in Gaza City on April 2, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip on April 1, under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED

Palestinian prisoner Hanaa Shalabi (R), who spent 43 days on hunger strike, speaks with a visitor in Al-Shefa hospital in Gaza City on April 2, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip on April 1, under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED

Palestinian visitors of Hanaa Shalabi (R), who spent 43 days on hunger strike in an Israeli prison, take her pictures with their mobile phones in Al-Shefa hospital in Gaza City on April 2, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip on April 1, under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED

Friends and relatives of Palestinian prisoner Hanaa Shalabi (R), who spent 43 days on hunger strike, visit her in Al-Shefa hospital in Gaza City on April 2, 2012. Shalabi, who had begun her hunger strike after being arrested on February 16 and held without charge, was deported by Israel to the Gaza Strip on April 1, under a deal that has been criticised by Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED

 


IN MEDIA

PHOTOS: Protest against administrative detention this morning in the Tel Aviv university – Photos by Activestills – Apr 2, 2012


ACTION ALERT



Conditioned Release: Hana Shalabi Expelled to Gaza Strip Today
Joint Statement, Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel | April 1, 2012


Gaza, where extra judicial killings are quite common, and fears for such are very legitimate fears. Read more about extrajudicial killings here here and here

Expulsions / deportation / forced transfer constitute a  severe violation of  Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention “and qualifies as one of the most serious war crimes,” the joint release of Addameer and PHR Israel stated.

We call on everyone to contact your representatives for intervention to ensure Israel obeys International Law and Human Rights which are inalienable. These rights, under no circumstances and never should be subjected to “deals”

Furtheron, Israel should be subjected to sanctions for these compiling and ongoing violations of fundemental rights as well as obstruction of access to detained by lawyers, physicians and familymembers.

For more information about Palestinian Prisoners and the remaining hungerstrikers:

 

 





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