Occupation refuses to release Palestinian prisoner’s mother

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Al Qassam website- 13-04-2013,09:22

Ramallah- Ashkelon Magistrate’s Court postponed on Thursday consideration of the release of citizen Intisar Haj for Friday, while it released the female captive Suhaila Omar.

Local sources reported that the court might extend the detention of captive Intisar Haj once again, under the pretext of investigation, without taking into account her age and health condition.

The two women are mothers of two captives in the Israeli jail of Ashkelon. They were arrested on Tuesday evening by the occupation forces, while returning from a visit to their sons in the Israeli prison.


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