Two Palestinian detainees enter new years in Israeli prisons

Days of Palestine – Ramallah – Today, Thursday, two Palestinian prisoners entered new years in the Israeli occupation prisons. 

The prisoner club said that the prisoner, Shadi Musa (45 years), from Jenin, has entered his 20th year in the occupation prisons, since his arrest in 2002, and he is sentenced to 25 years in prison. 
 

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He added that the prisoner Musa is one of the sick prisoners, as he suffered over the years of his detention from difficult health conditions, as a result of a head injury he suffered during his detention, as he stayed for a long time in the hospital, and faced deliberate medical negligence inside prisons.

Musa also suffered a heart attack twice in 2009 and 2019, and during the years of his detention, he was able to complete his studies and obtain a bachelor’s degree, and is currently in “Ashkelon” prison. 

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The prisoner, writer, and poet Kamil Abu Haneesh, from Nablus, has also entered his 19th year in captivity, since his arrest in 2003, but he was arrested several times before that, and he is sentenced to life imprisonment 9 times. 

The prisoner Abu Haneesh is one of the active prisoners in the occupation prisons, as he obtained a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science, and a master’s in Israeli and regional affairs, he is also a writer and poet who has published several novels.

(Source / 15.04.2021)

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