Palestinian Prisoner enters his twentieth year in Israeli jails

Days of Palestine - Jenin

The Palestinian prisoner, Ahmed Abu Khader, from the town of Silat al-Dhahr, south of Jenin Tuesday entered his twentieth year in the Israeli occupation prisons.

The director of the Palestinian Prisoner Club in Jenin, Montaser Samour, stated in press statements that the Israeli occupation forces arrested Abu Khader on April 13, 2002, while he was in Tubas, indicating that he was shot in the foot during his arrest.

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Samour added that the Israeli occupation authorities have sentenced Ahmed to 11 life imprisonment, 50 years, and 6 months.

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