Israel renews the leader Abu Aoun’s administrative detention | @Ufreenetwork @Amnesty

[ PIC 18/06/2013 – 09:24 PM ]

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JENIN, (PIC)– Israeli Occupation Authorities (IOA) renewed the administrative detention of the leader in Hamas movement Nazih Abu Aoun, who spent 17 years in Israeli jails on aggregate, Palestinian human rights sources revealed.

Tadamun Foundation for Human Rights confirmed that the administrative detention of Abu Aoun was renewed for an unidentified period.

Israeli forces arrested Abu Aoun in 2011 after storming his house where he was turned directly to administrative detention. His detention was renewed several times.

The Israeli Prosecution claimed that renewing the prisoner’s administrative detention came following the discovery of new secret information about the prisoner, the human rights sources added.

Meanwhile, the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) confirmed that the prisoner Sami Asilh is still isolated in Eichel prison since March 2013 for attacking an Israeli officer in Negev prison according to the Israeli claims.

The Israeli authorities informed the isolated prisoner that he will be released from solitary confinement in May 2013, however he is still isolated in very difficult conditions where he is subjected to brutal Israeli practices and pressures.

PPS lawyer has also visited the isolated prisoner Dhirar Abu Sisi in Eichel prison. The lawyer pointed out to the isolated prisoner’s difficult health condition.

Abu Sisi is suffering physical and psychological problems in the solitary confinement due to Israeli torture and inhuman treatment. He suffers from heart problems, kidney failure, asthma, gallbladder, lipids and migraines all of which have worsened due to medical negligence.

Dirar Abu Sisi, aged 43 who was kidnapped by Israeli intelligence from the Ukraine, called on human rights institutions to act immediately for his release.



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