Israeli authorities released on November 6, 2006, detainee Marwan Ali
Jabbour from Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. He
was taken prisoner by Israel on the Jordan-Israeli border on September
Jabbour was born in Jordan, his parents are both Palestinians, and he lived with his family in Saudi Arabia; when he became 18 he travelled to Pakistan to study Computer Engineering.
On May 14, 2004, he was arrested by the Pakistani Intelligence and was tortured and interrogated for 15 days.
He got married to a Pakistani woman; his wife was also interrogated and tortured by Pakistani interrogators while her husband was imprisoned by Pakistani forces. The couple have three children,
In an affidavit to the Palestinian Prisoner Society, Jabbour stated that he was severely tortured in Pakistan and was subjected to electric shocks during interrogation.
He was tortured and tied by his male organ for three days, was not allowed to sleep for seven days until he suffered a heart attack.
Marwan added that after being interrogated by the Pakistani forces, he was transferred to an American troops camp, where he was confined to solitary for two years.
They used to tie his hand to the wall, only 15 cm above the ground; he was subjected to loud music, and forced to remain naked for long periods.
On July 13 2006, he was transferred to Jordan and was handed to the Jordanian intelligence where he was interrogated for additional 48 days.
After the interrogation in Jordan he was transferred to Israel on September 9 2006; where he was sent to Al Jalama Israeli prison.
For twenty days, Jabbour was not allowed to meet his lawyer and the Israeli Prison Administration extended his remand repeatedly until October 31 2006. His file was transferred to the Israeli Prosecution for fifteen days to file charges against him.
On November 5, 2006, The Palestinian Prisoners Society filed an appeal for the realest of Jabbour, the court session looking into the appeal was supposed take place on November 7, but he was released on November 6, and was sent to the Eretz crossing leading into the Gaza Strip where he continued his way back home.