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#PalHunger | Former hunger striker Ayman Abu Daoud deported to Gaza Strip

Maan News Agency | Aug 22, 2013 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Israel on Thursday deported a Palestinian prisoner to the Gaza Strip as part of a deal to end his 40-day hunger strike. Ayman Abu Daoud is from the West Bank city of Hebron, where his wife and children live. He was freed in October […]

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Israel deports Canadian human rights activist

Al Qassam website | 20-07-2013,09:36  Al Khalil – Israeli occupation forces have deported on Friday Canadian solidarity activist Sarah Ali, 26, after arresting her fiercely in front of the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron last Wednesday. The Canadian activist of ‘Youth against Settlements’ group was observing the Israeli military’s violations of human rights while inspecting queued […]

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Deported ex-captive launches a hunger strike in solidarity with prisoners | RT to demand #ReleaseIssawi!

[ PIC 18/02/2013 – 08:49 PM ] JENIN, NAZARETH, (PIC)– Akram Anteer, a liberated prisoner deported to Germany, announced on Monday entering an open-ended hunger strike in solidarity with the hunger striking prisoners in Israeli jails, despite his illness. Anteer, 32 from the village of Burqin in Jenin, said he was determined to launch the […]

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IOF arrests a Palestinian Football Ibrahim Wadi player in WB, deports him to Gaza

Al Qassam Website  |30-09-2012,12:56 Al Qassam website- Bethlehem- The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn on Saturday, a Palestinian football player from the Gaza Strip, who plays with Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus. The occupation arrested the football player Ibrahim Wadi at Container checkpoint near Bethlehem in the southern West Bank while returning from a Football […]

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Hamas slams Israel halt of boats as passengers deported

Press Release #FREEDOMWAVES | Topic FreedomWaves | Category Flotilla | Pictures Maan News Agency | Nov 5, 2011 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Hamas called the Israeli apprehension of two boats headed for the Gaza Strip on Friday “a crime against international laws,” as Israel began deporting passengers seized off the Gaza coast. Spokeswoman for the […]

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Deported Ex-Prisoners Arrive in Qatar, Turkey, Syria, Jordan

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category PNN – Palestine News Network – 19.10.11 – 19:40 PNN -Freed Palestinian prisoners deported as part of the Shalit prisoner swap began arriving in Qatar, Turkey, Syria, and Jordan on Wednesday morning. A freed Palestinian prisoner greets crowds in the southern […]

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Hamas’ Mousa Abu Marzouq: Syria, Qatar, Turkey to Host Deported Prisoners

Palestine’s Prisoners  | Pictures | Topic | Category  – Torture | History | Category PNN – Palestine News Network –  17.10.11 – 22:35 PNN -On Monday, Deputy Chairman of the Hamas Political Bureau Mousa Abu Marzouq told al-Hayat newspaper that Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal would arrive in Cairo today to receive 40 deported prisoners to […]

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Radwan: Deported captives will return Gaza at a later date

Palestine’s Prisoners – Worldwide Event | Pictures | Topic | Category [ 14/10/2011 – 09:26 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Hamas senior official Ismail Radwan said on Friday that Palestinian captives who will be deported upon their release from Israeli occupation jails will be able to return to Gaza at a later stage. Radwan stressed that […]

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Israeli court decides to release parliamentarian “on condition that he is deported”

Related: Palestinian Prisoners – Special Topic | Prisoners of Palestine Action Alert Worldwide Event: Support Prisoners of Palestine Wednesday, 05 October 2011 12:15| MEMO Israeli forces lured Mr Atoun from the International Red Cross compound in Jerusalem and abducted him. An Israeli court has decided to release Jerusalem parliamentarian Ahmed Abu Atoun on condition that […]

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DEPORTED JOURNALIST RETURNS TO GAZA « Desertpeace

October 10, 2010 at 09:39 (Deportations, Gaza, Palestine) Back to Gaza by Jared Malsin   I arrived in Gaza on Thursday. This the first time I’ve been back to any corner of Palestine since I was deported by Israel in January. It took a week of paperwork and waiting in Cairo to get approval from […]

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