Two Palestinian brothers from Hebron enter new years in the occupation prisons

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

The two prisoners, Hazem Sadiq Al-Qawasma (42 years) and his brother Hatem (40 years), from Hebron, have entered new years in the Israeli occupation prisons.

The prisoner club said in a statement on Sunday, that the prisoner, Hazem, sentenced to 25 years, has entered his 20th year, while his brother, Hatem, who has been sentenced to life imprisonment, has entered his 19th year in the occupation prisons.

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The prisoner club stated that the prisoner Hatem was shot and suffered over the years of his detention from a difficult health situation, as a result of the occupation prison administration procrastinating in providing him with treatment. He was also subjected to solitary isolation for about a year in isolation in "Gilboa" prison.

It is to be mentioned that the two prisoners lost their mother and brother while they were under arrest.

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