#PalHunger | Occupation extends administrative detention of university lecturer

[ PIC 01/06/2012 – 11:34 AM ]

NABLUS, (PIC)– The Israeli Court extended, on Thursday, the administrative detention of Dr. Mohammad Ghazal, 55, lecturer at the Faculty of Engineering, Al-Najah National University.

Al-Ahrar center for prisoners’ studies and human rights stated that occupation renewed Dr. Mohamed Kamel’s administrative detention for six months just a week before his due release under the pretext that he threatens the security of the region.

For his part, Fouad Khuffash, the center director, denounced the extension decision of the academic Dr. Ghazal who is one of the important Palestinian figures, adding that Ghazal was expecting his release.

Khuffash stated that the occupation launched an extensions campaign against the Palestinian figures and MPs and liberated prisoners without considering the international human rights law.

Khuffash called on human rights institutions and civil society organizations to intervene and highlight the administrative detainees’ issue. He also called on Al-Najah National University to work for the release of six lecturers of the university who are being held in administrative detention.

Dr. Mohammed Ghazal was arrested on 7 December 2011 and he was transferred to administrative detention. He was arrested with Zuhair Lubada who died, just one week after his release from occupation prisons in a critical condition.


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