Occupation extends the detention of 12 Palestinian captives incl an employee of @WHO

[ 30/05/2013 – 09:33 PM ]

images_News_2013_05_30_arrest13_300_0[1]RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Tadhamun Foundation for Human Rights reported that the Military Court of Petah Tikva extended on Wednesday the detention of 12 Palestinian prisoners, including a girl from Tulkarem.

The foundation’s lawyer Mohammed Abed said that the Petah Tikva court extended the detention of Donya Dhirar, aged 27 from Tulkarem, for 8 days to complete her interrogation.

An employee in the World Health Organization (WHO) is also to be held for 15 more days, pending further interrogation, the lawyer added.

The Israeli military court also extended for 12 additional days the detention of 5 other Palestinian detainees and for 8 days the arrest of 5 others.

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