Israeli court rejects appeal for the release of female Jordanian captive Nusseibeh Issa Jaradat

[ PIC 10/08/2012 – 01:24 PM ]

RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Israeli Ofer military court rejected the appeal for the release of Jordanian captive in the occupation’s prison filed by her lawyer, a Palestinian human rights organization said.

Tadamon Foundation for Human Rights said in a statement on Thursday that “the court rejected the appeal of Jordanian prisoner Nusseibeh Issa Jaradat, 30, and decided to postpone her next hearing to August 30, 2012.”

Nusseibeh had been arrested since June 2012 at Karamah border crossing connecting the Palestinian and the Jordanian territories, while on her way to visit relatives in the city of Jenin.

For his part, Ahmed Beitawi, a researcher at Tadamon Foundation, noted that “the same court had also extended for several additional weeks the detention of prisoner Hadeel Talal Abu Turki, 17, from city of al-Khalil who has been arrested since July on charge of trying to spray gas at an Israeli soldier, for completing the legal procedures”.

Beitawi said, “There are seven female prisoners in Israeli jails who are suffering difficult incarceration conditions, topped by medical negligence and repeated raids of rooms, not to mention the harassment they are exposed to by the Zionist criminal detainees.”

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