Israel releases youngest Palestinian prisoners after 3-year imprisonment

Two Palestinian minors were released from Israeli jails after serving three years in detention

Two Palestinian minors from occupied East Jerusalem were released from Israeli jails yesterday after serving three years in detention.

15-year-old Ahmad Raed Zaatari and Shadi Anwar Farrah have been released from Israeli jails after serving 3 years in detention

Ahmad Zaatari and Shadi Farrah, two Palestinian minors just released from Israeli prisons, lift a picture of Palestinian woman in Israeli jails Israa Jaabis who is suffering critical burns across her body.

Two Palestinian minors from occupied East Jerusalem were released from Israeli jails yesterday after serving three years in detention.

Occupation forces released 15-year-old Ahmad Raed Zaatari and Shadi Anwar Farrah who had been convicted of “possessing sharp tools and endangering public security” and handed a two year term in Israeli juvenile detention centres. They had already spent a year in detention before they were sentenced.

The boys were detained near the Old City of East Jerusalem on 30 December 2015.

Amjad Abu Asab, who heads a Jerusalem committee for prisoners’ families, said at the time of their arrest that both children were “interrogated in the absence of adult family members and lawyers, which is a serious violation of Israeli law and international law.”

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908 Palestinian minors have been arrested by Israeli forces since the start of the year

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(Source / 30.11.2018)

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