Tag Archives: detainment

Israel arrests 700 Palestinian children every year

MEMO | July 19, 2012   The Palestinian Authority’s Minister for Prisoners’ Affairs, Issa Qaraqe, has claimed that the Israelis arrest 700 Palestinian minors on an annual basis, including some as young as 12 and 13. In a press statement, Mr Qaraqe said that 90 per cent of the children who are detained by Israel […]

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Hana Shalabi: Not Quite Free at Last ~ by Stephen Lendman

by Stephen Lendman | IndyBay.org | April  2, 2012 After ignoring her entire hunger striking ordeal, her lawless detention, and weeks of Israeli ruthlessness, The New York Times finally acknowledged she exists, but little more. On April 1, The Times headlined “Israel Frees Palestinian Detainee After Hunger Strike of Weeks,” saying: Hana “was released from […]

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Hamas, Islamic Jihad: Banishing Shalabi a Zionist crime

[ PIC 02/04/2012 – 08:56 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Hamas and Islamic Jihad movements have denounced the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) for banishing detainee Hana’a Shalabi to Gaza after 44 days of hunger strike. Fawzi Barhoum, a Hamas spokesman in Gaza, told the PIC on Sunday that the deportation was a crime, adding that Shalabi […]

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Khafsh on hunger strike for ten days

[PIC 01/04/2012 – 08:34 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Fuad Al-Khafsh, the director of the Ahrar center for prisoners’ studies, has been on hunger strike for ten days in solidarity with hunger striker MP Ahmed Al-Haj Ali. The Palestinian center for the defense of prisoners said in a statement on Saturday that Khafsh was on an […]

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IOA to exile Shalabi to Gaza without seeing her parents

[ PIC 01/04/2012 – 10:36 AM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) is to exile detainee Hana’a Shalabi to Gaza Strip on Sunday after a deal by which the administrative detainee would be freed and banished. The Gaza ministry of prisoners said in a statement that Shalabi was denied permission to see her […]

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LiveBlog | HANA SHALABI DEPORTED TO GAZA – Photography & Video

April 1, 2012 Continuous updates Addameer tweeted the next message moments ago that Hana Shalabi will be deported to Gaza today. Breaking: #HanaShalabi is being transferred to Gaza today — Addameer –الضمير (@Addameer) April 1, 2012 From one prison, into another prison, Gaza. World’s largest extermination camp. She will nor be able to see her […]

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Marches in Jenin refuse deportation of Shalabi

[ PIC 31/03/2012 – 08:50 AM ] JENIN, (PIC)– Two marches were organized in Jenin villages on Friday in solidarity with Palestinian hunger strikers in Israeli occupation jails and in rejection of the Israeli deportation of Hana’a Shalabi. Hundreds of Palestinians gathered after the Friday congregation in Kufr Ra’ee village and marched in its streets […]

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Israeli jailers decide to exile #HanaShalabi to Gaza in exchange for her release

[ PIC 31/03/2012 – 01:54 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Palestinian female hunger striker Hana Shalabi decided to suspend her 44-day hunger strike after the Israeli prison authority accepted to release her on condition that she lives in the Gaza Strip for three years as an exile. Prisoner Shalabi said she was exposed to Israeli medical […]

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Deportee urges #HanaShalabi to reject Gaza deal

Maan News Agency | March 31, 2012 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — A Palestinian who was deported to Gaza in 2002 has urged Hana Shalabi not to accept a deal under which she will be deported. Shalabi, from Jenin, ended a 43-day hunger strike on Thursday after reaching a deal with Israeli authorities that she will […]

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AMNESTY | Palestinian detainee Hana Shalabi in Gaza deportation deal should be released to West Bank

Amnesty International | March 30, 2012 Hana Shalabi’s case has seen wide support among Palestinians in the West Bank. © ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images “ Amnesty International fears the deal may amount to a forcible deportation given Hana Shalabi’s medical condition and the denial of access to independent doctors and lawyers. ” Source: Ann Harrison, Amnesty […]

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PA: Israel deportation policy ‘a war crime’ | #HanaShalabi

Maan News Agency | March 29, 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israel’s policy of deporting Palestinians is a war crime, a top Palestinian Authority official said Thursday after a deal to send a detainee to Gaza. Prisoners minister Issa Qaraqe told Ma’an his ministry rejects the policy which it considers a war crime. Hana Shalabi was […]

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PRESS RELEASE | Addameer and PHR-Israel Cannot Yet Confirm That Hana Shalabi Has Ended Her Hunger Strike (updated)

Addameer | March 29, 2012 Joint Press Release, Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel Ramallah-Jaffa, 29 March 2012− In response to this evening’s reports in the media that Hana Shalabi has ended her hunger strike on its 43rd day and agreed to a deal in which she will be […]

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Serry demands solution to case of hunger striker #HanaShalabi

[ PIC 29/03/2012 – 08:36 AM ] NEW YORK, (PIC)– UN coordinator for the middle east peace process Robert Serry demanded an appropriate solution to the case of Palestinian female hunger striker Hana Shalabi in line with the position of the UN on the administrative detention in Israel. Serry made his remarks in a session […]

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Students from American and European universities stand in solidarity with #HanaShalabi

Ziada Raya | March 29, 2012 | We Speak News.com On March 29, 2012 students from American and European universities will stand in solidarity with Hana Shalabi on her 43rd day of hunger strike and pursuit of justice and human rights as her voice is silenced by arbitrary administrative detention.On March 25th, 2012 Hana al-Shalabi’s […]

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#HanaShalabi is dying to live ~ By Richard Sudan

By Richard Sudan | Wednesday, 28 March 2012 at 11:29 am   The rhetoric that has come to characterize the Israel/Palestine debate exploits the emotion of one crime to justify another. It is vital to remember that one life from either side is not worth less than the other. There are several human rights abuses […]

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