Israel holds three detainees in administrative custody

[ PIC 27/11/2012 – 11:38 AM ]

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) informed three detainees from Al-Khalil province that they would be held in administrative detention for four months.

Special sources told the PIC that the Ofer prison administration informed the three detainees of the decision on Tuesday morning.

They pointed out that one of them, Mohammed Al-Qawasme, is a brother of two martyrs, two prisoners, and two liberated prisoners who were deported to the Gaza Strip.

The IOA held more than 100 detainees in administrative detention during its war on the Gaza Strip. Observers explained that the move reflected IOA anger over its failure in the aggression.


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