Activist Hassan Karajah(33) was kidnapped from his home in the village of Safa in the Ramallah district of West Bank on September 11th by Israel’s occupation forces.
On Monday October 8th he returned – in hand-cuffs, led in a chain and dressed in the garb of an Israeli soldier by his captors raiding his home. The Israeli occupation forces’ soldiers went on to search his home and verbally abuse his relatives, physically attack his brother Muhammad and interrogate his wife.
When the occupation forces withdrew, taking the hand-cuffed Karajah with them, his brother Muhannad was able to take several photographs of the long-time non-violent activist who has been imprisoned three times by the Israeli occupation.
Hassan Karajah has worked as a Youth Coordinator in the Stop the Wall -campaign and in support of the BDS movement and served as Ambassador of Arab Youth to the Arab League. He has been imprisoned for a total of 40 months by the Israeli regime, first 2013-14, then 2016-17 and now for almost a month.
Karajah’s twin daughters were born in the autumn of 2016 two months after his kidnappingand imprisonment by Israeli occupation, which forbid his wife from visiting him through his imprisonment without charge or trial back then.
(Source / 12.10.2018)