Palestinian prisoner enters his 18th year in the Israeli prisons

Days of Palestine - Bethlehem

The Palestinian prisoner Muhammad Maali, 44, from the Dheisheh camp in Bethlehem, entered today, Monday, his 18th year in the Israeli occupation prisons.

The Palestinian Prisoner Club said in a statement, that the occupation arrested the prisoner, Maali, in 2004, and sentenced him to life imprisonment 21 times.

The Prisoner Club added that the prisoner was subjected to a harsh seventy-day-investigation after his detention , and most of his family members were arrested too.

It's to be mentioned that the occupation demolished his family's home after his arrest, noting that he completed his education in the prison, and he is now in the second year of his bachelor’s degree.


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