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Prisoner on hunger strike moved to hospital after health takes turn for worse

[ 16/07/2011 – 03:53 PM ] WEST BANK, (PIC)– A Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike has been transferred from Israel’s Ashkelon prison to the Ramle prison hospital due to a serious health condition, sources in the prison said. The prisoner Yousef Sakafi, 38, from Al-Khalil city has been fasting for the past 34 days. Sakafi, […]

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Palestinian Detainee On Hunger Strike, Moved To Prison Hospital

█ Note from Occupiedpalestine : Yousef Skafe is the father of Shaheeda Abeer Skafe, 10 years old. She died on April 22, 2011 due to complications of shock & paralysis after IOA prevented her from hugging her father in prison. Saturday July 16, 2011 02:49 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies The Palestinian Prisoners […]

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Rights groups challenge Israeli secret service impunity

  The Electronic Intifada| 30 May 2011 Activists protest the detention of Omar Said and Ameer Makhoul, May 2010. (Oren Ziv  /ActiveStills ) For Omar Said, the time he spent in the custody of Israeli secret service agents — and the emotional ordeal that accompanied his interrogation and detention — won’t soon be forgotten. “You can’t imagine how […]

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Dedicated to Shaheeda Abeer Eskafi & Family – Children Under Occupation | Palestine at Heart

Abeer Eskafi; Children Under Occupation April 29, 2011 by Palestine at Heart The photo to the left is of a young Palestinian girl, Abeer Eskafi, holding a picture of her detained uncle, and father. Abeer craved for those heart-wrenching moments, so few and far between, when she could visit, and hold tight in the arms of […]

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Abeer, a child victim of Zionist cruelty – video

Tunsol on Apr 26, 2011 AbdelRaheem, Abeer’s grandfather described the moments that caused her nervous breakdown that led to her death: ‘The Zionists prison guards forbade her from entering to hug her father during her visit. Her accumulated feelings made her scream and cry while pounding on the glass that separated her from her father, […]

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