VIDEO & PHOTOS| Palestinian Prisoners Released – Aug 14, 2013



Published on Aug 13, 2013

Israel has begun releasing 26 Palestinian prisoners, most held for deadly attacks, ahead of renewed Mideast negotiations. The Israeli prison service said buses carrying the inmates left a jail in central Israel late Tuesday. (Aug. 13)

While MSM is following Israel’s foodsteps in vilifying the released, right wing Israeli are protesting the release, one should be reminded that the released prisoners, have been arbitrary held HOSTAGE for 14 years as their release was DUE since 1999 Sharm el-Sheikh agreement which determined their release.

Neither does mainstream media report, that assassins, of 1519 children in the past 13 years, still are walking around in total ‘freedom’ – Their names & stories can be read here


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  • PHOTOS | Relatives await release of 26 palestinian prisoners – Source
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  • Release of 26 detainees Concluded – IMEMC News
  • Abbas to welcome released prisoners  – Islam Times
  • 26 Palestinian prisoners released amid jubilation – Al Ray Agencies
  • Releasing Palestinian Prisoners is Welcomed, but Long Overdue – PNN English



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