Court Ruling Of Two Nonviolent Activists Delayed
The Maan News Agency reported that on Sunday the Israeli Ofer Israeli Military Court postponed its verdict announcement in the case against the Coordinator of the Popular Resistance Committee, Naji Tamimi, who was rearrested several days ago, and the case against Basim Tamimi, who was exiled from his home village as a precondition for his release.
The Popular Resistance Committee confirmed that the Court dropped most charges against Basim Tamimi, due to the fact that there was no legal standing to the case as Israeli interrogators intimidated some detained children from the village forcing them to sign false confessions implicating Tamimi.
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