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Israel kidnaps 3 brothers in Nazareth, 1 of them paralyzed

A Million Stories about the Zionist Rape of This World – in pictures 11-12-2011,09:50 – Ezzedeen al Qassam Brigades Al Qassam website– Nazareth- The Arabs48 news website reported Saturday that the Israeli District Court in Nazareth ordered an extension on the remand of Mohammad Sa’id, 19, for additional ten days. On Wednesday, his brothers, Yassin, […]

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Minister: Hunger strike about isolation, not chicken

Support Prisoners of Palestine – Worldwide Event | Pictures | Topic | Category Maan News Agency | October 9, 2011 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — The main goal of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails is an end to solitary confinement policies, the Palestinian Authority prisoners’ affairs minister said Sunday. The use of isolation cells […]

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Prisoner falls into coma amid medical neglect at Negev prison

[ 11/08/2011 – 10:34 AM ] BETHLEHEM, (PIC)– Zakariyya Dawud Issa, 43, from Khadar in Bethlehem governorate, has fallen into a coma after not being served the proper treatment by the Negev prison ward, sources among the prisoners have reported. They added that symptoms had been appearing on Issa for months without being given the […]

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IOF troops arrest 310 citizens in July including 32 minors

[ 04/08/2011 – 12:42 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested 310 citizens in the past month of July in 500 raids on various West Bank cities, villages, and refugee camps, the Palestinian ministry of prisoners in Gaza reported on Wednesday. It noted that 50 citizens were detained in Al-Khalil, and 47 in […]

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Female detainee marks 2 years in administrative detention

Maan News Agency | Aug 2, 2011 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — The Palestinian Center for Detainees reported Tuesday that female detainee Hana Al-Shalabi from Jenin is now the longest serving female prisoner held in Israeli administrative detention. She was detained in 2009 and is currently in Hasharon prison. The Israeli authorities have kept on postponing her […]

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U.N. Rights Committee Breaks 43-Year Israeli Taboo on Gaza

By Thalif Deen U.N. Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices in Occupied Territories Credit:UN Photo UNITED NATIONS, Jul 29, 2011 (IPS) – When the United Nations General Assembly created a three- member special committee to investigate Israeli human rights violations in occupied territories back in December 1968, the Jewish state reacted with obvious anger. And […]

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Israeli army shuts down ‘illegal’ Palestinian protests

Published (updated) 27/05/2011 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Israeli forces shut down anti-wall protests in villages across the West Bank on Friday. The Israeli army says the unarmed weekly protests in Palestinian villages are illegal. Asked why the protests were illegal, an army spokesman said the areas between Israel’s separation wall and villages Ni’lin and Bil’in, near […]

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European network appeals to Moussa and Ihsanoglu to save prisoners

10/04/2011 – 03:14 PM OSLO, (PIC)– The European network to defend rights of Palestinian prisoners demanded the secretary-generals of the Arab League and the organization of the Islamic conference to make international pressures ending the suffering of Palestinian prisoners confined in solitary cells. This came in two letters sent by the Oslo-based network to Amr […]

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Geneva to host soon int’l conference on rights of Palestinian prisoners

[ 06/03/2011 – 02:52 PM ]   GENEVA, (PIC)– Under the slogan “working for justice,” various European human rights organizations are preparing to hold the first international conference on the rights of Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli prisons. The conference will be held in Geneva, Switzerland, March 11-12, 2011 in order to pool the […]

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