Sheikh Rajoub released after serving 8 months in administrative detention

[ PIC 06/07/2012 – 04:20 PM ]

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– The IOF released Sheikh Hashem Rajoub from city of Dura south of al-Khalil after serving eight months in Zionist jails under administrative detention.

The liberated prisoner Sheikh Rajoub, who had been held under administrative detention on charge of posing a threat to the occupation, told PIC that the Israeli occupation decided to release him from Ofer prison west of Ramallah on 2 July.

It is noted that the occupation forces had arrested Rajoub several times under the pretext of managing the charitable society for the orphans in Dura and transferred him to administrative detention in the Zionist prisons where he spent more than four years.


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