RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) summoned Palestinian prisoner Mustafa Al-Sakhal for interrogation after ten years of detention.
Sakhal, 28, was treated as a minor on his arrest in April 2003 and was sentenced to 11 years in jail.
The Palestine prisoners for studies quoted Sakhal family members as saying that the Israeli intelligence (Shabak) summoned their relative for interrogation on Monday after ten years in captivity.
The prisoner’s brother, Nael, was released in the Wafa Al-Ahrar deal and banished to Gaza Strip in 2011. He was serving a life sentence.
Israeli occupation forces repeatedly stormed the home of late Saadi Al-Sakhal, Mustafa’s father, and interrogated the father and his sons on several occasions at home and at intelligence headquarters before the father passed away five months ago in Nablus.
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