Political prisoner sets his room at Junaid prison on fire

[ PIC 30/09/2013 – 09:56 AM ]


NABLUS, (PIC)– A Palestinian political prisoner at Junaid prison in the northern West Bank city of Nablus set his room on fire to protest his detention conditions.

Omar Afaneh, the prisoner’s uncle, said on his facebook page that his nephew Ibrahim Ahaneh, 23, set his room on fire on Saturday evening to protest his detention conditions at the PA jail.

He added that the PA intelligence officers evacuated him and gave him first aid and managed to put the fire out.

The prisoner’s uncle added that his nephew, who is a member of Fatah and works for the PA security forces, has been in detention for the past two and a half years on the pretext that he is wanted by the Israeli occupation forces.

He called on PA officials to end the file of those wanted by occupation authorities as they feel they are being neglected by the PA and that his nephew took this step out of desperation.

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