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Filling up Israel’s jails to no avail

Seth Freedman | The Guardian 20 October 2009 The plight of Palestinian activist Mohammad Othman has dominated the agendas of NGOs in the region ever since his detention in late September. However, while his case is at the forefront of ...

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Inhumane treatment of Palestinian prisoner

30 June 2009 The 23 year old Palestinian women, Somod from Nablus, was recently released after having been imprisoned in Israel for four and a half years. Despite her young age, she suffered from inhumane treatment such as rape-threats, isolation, ...

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Nablus residents rally on Prisoners’ Day

16 April 2009 Around 400 residents of Nablus held a demonstration in the city center to mark Prisoners’ Day in recognition of all former and current political prisoners held in Israeli jails.  Leaders of several political parties and prisoner associations ...

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Israeli forces arrest 27 youth in Beit Ommar

11th March 2009, Beit Ommar village, Hebron region: 27 youth arrested during ongoing closure of Beit Ommar village 27 residents of Beit Ommar village in the Hebron District of the southern West Bank, have been arrested by Israeli forces while ...

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Israeli forces abduct youth in Nablus area

4th February 2009 A 17 year old youth, Noaf Yasir Issa, from Salim village near Nablus was arrested Wednesday (4th February) night by Israeli occupation forces and transported to Huwarra military base where he is currently being detained. To date, ...

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