Monday, 3 March 2014

Palestinian prisoners released after 14 years in Israeli jails

By Hazem Zatma
Israeli forces released Monday morning detainee Abdullah Enshasi from Jabaliya camp, Northern Gaza Strip.

Wa'ed Prisoners Society Spokesman, Abdudallah Qandeel told "AlRay" that Enshasi spent 14 years in the Israeli jails.

During his detention, Enshasi was moved between the Israeli jails of Beer Sheba and Nafha where he was isolated for 6 years and then to Remon, Shattah and Ramon, from where he was released from.

Prisoner Enshasi was arrested on 3 March 2000 at Erez crossing in the northern Gaza Strip, while he was on his way to work in the territories occupied since 1948 and sentenced to 14 years in prison.

Israeli forces accused Enshasi of being a member of Islamic Jihad Movement, attempting to stab an Israeli soldier at Erez crossing and planting an explosive device in a petrol station in the 1948 occupied territories.

Israeli forces is holding captive over 5000 Palestinians, including 200 children and women against international conventions, against common sense, unjustly, and with the silent complicity of international institutions and organizations. more


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