Three Palestinian Prisoners enter 12th and 18th Years of Israeli Imprisonment

24 May
3:03 AM

The Ramallah-based Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) confirmed, on Saturday, that both Palestinian prisoners, Mohammad Alkhaldi and Mohammad Auda, from the Arrana village, on the outskirts of Jenin, have both entered their 12th year of life sentences in Israeli prison.

Montaser Sammour, Director of the Prisoners’ Society in Jenin, further noted that a third prisoner, Abdallah Fraihat, has entered his 18th year out of a 21 year sentence, imposed by Israeli authorities.

The Jenin Director pointed out that those prisoners, along with many others, have suffered from solitary confinement and been deprived of family visits for many years now.’

Images of prisoners: Palestinian Prisoners’ Society
Image: Addameer

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