Israeli court adjourns hearing into case of female captive for the 20th time | @Ufreenetwork @Amnesty @UNOCHA

[ PIC 24/03/2013 – 09:57 PM ]

images_News_2013_03_24_juba_300_0[1]NABLUS, (PIC)– An Israeli court adjourned on Monday the trial hearing of Palestinian detainee Alaa Al-Juba, 19, for the 20th time running.

Rula, Alaa’s sister, told the Ahrar center for prisoners’ studies and human rights that the adjournment, similar to the past 19 ones, was unjustified.

For his part, Fuad Al-Khafsh, the director of Ahrar center, said that Alaa was suffering psychologically due to the repeated adjournment of her trial hearings.

He pointed out that she was held without trial since her detention near the Ibrahimi mosque in Al-Khalil on 7/12/2011.

He charged the Israeli occupation authorities with intentionally adjourning trials of captives, especially the females, to force them to capitulate and despair.

Khafsh said that five Palestinian female prisoners were still waiting for their trial while seven others were serving different sentences in Hasharon jail.

Alaa’s trial was deferred to 17/4/2013.



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