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Israel deprives prisoner Mohammed Fuqaha of family visits for 12 years

[ PIC 16/06/2013 – 08:00 PM ] JENIN, (PIC)– The family of Palestinian prisoner Mohammed Fuqaha appealed to the Red Cross to pressure the Israeli prison service into allowing them to visit him. Ghufran Fuqaha, his sister, told the Palestinian prisoner’s society on Sunday that she was the only one of their family to live […]

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#PalHunger | Saadat: the occupation did not commit to the agreement signed with prisoners

[ PIC 25/09/2012 – 12:18 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Secretary-General of Popular Front for Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), Ahmed Saadat, denounced the continuation of Israeli prison administration’s policy of procrastination in implementing terms of the agreement officially signed under auspices of Egypt following the mass hunger strike waged by the captive movement last April. Saadat, […]

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IOA denies family visits to prisoner, isolates him

[ PIC 30/06/2012 – 09:55 AM ] JENIN, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) banned family visits to prisoner Ahmed Ali Abu Khader, from the town of Seelat Al-Dahar south of Jenin. The prisoner’s father said that the Israeli intelligence not only assaulted his son but also transferred him from Shatta prison to solitary confinement […]

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2 Israeli policemen found guilty of homicide

Israeli police (file photo) PressTV Tue May 29, 2012 8:46PM GM An Israeli court has convicted two police officers of negligent homicide in the death of a Palestinian man who was left to die on the side of a road. On Monday, the al-Quds (Jerusalem) Magistrate’s Court convicted Assaf Yekutieli and Baruch Peretz of causing […]

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Palestinian prisoner deprived of family visits for 12 years | @Amnesty @hrw @UNOCHA

[ 01/04/2012 – 02:45 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Attiya Abu Mousa, a Palestinian prisoner in Israeli jails, has been deprived of family visits for the past 12 years, the statistics department at the ministry of prisoners said on Sunday. It said in a press release that Abu Mousa, who has been in prison for 19 […]

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Israel’s Prison “Extermination” Methods – Palestinian prisoner threatened with paralysis

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category [ 04/02/2012 – 06:36 PM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– A human rights report has warned that health of Palestinian prisoner Zuhair Lubada was rapidly deteriorating in Israeli detention and could end up in paralysis. Human rights sources said that Lubada, who was […]

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Gaza: Residents deprived of critical medications and medical care

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures 17 Nov 2011 | Medicins sans Frontieres By late September, 36% of necessary supplies were lacking, compared to 25% in 2010. © Theo/Synchro X Health facilities in the Gaza Strip face a serious shortage of drugs and medical supplies. In late September, 36% of […]

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Tadamun: Conditions of administrative detainees in Megiddo too bad

[ 28/07/2011 – 09:28 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– International Tadamun society for human rights said the Palestinian administrative detainees in the Israeli Megiddo prison are living under extremely bad conditions and deprived of their rights. This came after the society’s lawyer met with the oldest administrative detainee Ahmed Saqer in Ofer court and listened […]

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Citizens deprived of passports in Gaza stage sit-in

[ 13/06/2011 – 05:47 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian citizens in the Gaza Strip denied new passports by the authorities in Ramallah staged a protest sit-in on Monday in front of the UN offices in Gaza city. They carried placards denouncing the decision, which they said, was based on political affiliation. They asked the UN […]

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Palestinian father deprived of seeing his son in Israeli jails for 12 years

[ 09/01/2011 – 02:24 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The father of prisoner Imad Abu Rayan from Gaza told the prisoners’ center for studies that he has not been able to see his son who was kidnapped in 1991, for the past 12 years. Abu Rayan was sentenced to 40 years in prison on allegations […]

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Report: One third of Palestinians deprived of visiting their detained relatives

[ 06/01/2011 – 09:50 AM ]   RAMALLAH, (PIC)– A statistics report released by the Palestinian prisoner’s association indicated that around 30% of relatives of Palestinian detainees in the West Bank are deprived of visiting their next of kin held in Israeli jails. It added that the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) cites alleged “security” reasons […]

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