#PalHunger | Occupation renews administrative detention of 72 year old MP Ahmed Haj Ali

[ PIC 01/06/2012 – 07:47 PM ]

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– The IOF renewed, on Thursday, the administrative detention of the MP Ahmed Haj Ali for six more months.

Change and Reform bloc told PIC that the occupation has renewed the MP’s administrative detention under the pretext that he threatens the Israeli security.

The occupation forces had arrested the MP Ahmed Haj Ali, 72, from Nablus in June last year and transferred him to administrative detention. He was arrested several times where he served many years in occupation prisons. He is suffering from many illnesses and health deterioration where he had went on an open hunger strike demanding his release.

For their part, the Islamist MPs in Nablus denounced the Zionist Courts’ decisions to renew the administrative detention of the elderly and ill MP Ahmed Haj Ali for the third time running.

The MPs held, in a statement, the occupation fully responsible for the life of MP Haj Ali who is in bad health.

The MPs said that these last extensions of the MPs administrative detention violate the agreement that ended the prisoners’ hunger strike, adding that this occupation’s brutal measure is not surprising.

The MPs confirmed that the prisoners in occupation prisons will resist more to face the occupation’s arrogance.



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