Israeli Occupation moved captive Ibrahim Hamed to an unknown destination

[ PIC 21/05/2013 – 09:24 PM ]

images_News_2013_05_21_ibrahim-hamed3_300_0[1]GAZA, (PIC)– Israeli Prison Service abruptly moved on Monday prisoner Ibrahim Hamed, one of the leaders of al-Qassam Brigades military wing of Hamas, from Rimon jail to an unknown destination, Wa’ed Society for Prisoners said.

Wa’ed pointed out in a statement that prisoner Hamed, who is sentenced to 54 life terms, has been transferred with no reasons three times from one prison to another, since his release from the solitary confinement.

Captive Ibrahim Hamed is one of the members of the senior leadership body of Hamas prisoners. He participated in the Karama mass hunger strike in April last year, which lasted 28 days; and after which he was released from solitary confinement cells where he had served seven years.



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