Palestinian prisoner from Jenin enters his 16th year in Israeli jails

Days of Palestine - Jenin

The Palestinian prisoner, Muhammad Khaled Hassan Amoudi, (41 years) from the town of Burqin, west of Jenin, entered his sixteenth year in the Israeli occupation prisons on Saturday.

The director of the prisoner club in Jenin, Montasser Samour, said that the occupation forces arrested Amoudi on April 17, 2006, and the Occupation Court issued a sentence of 11 life imprisonment, in addition to 20 years.

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Samour indicated that the prisoner's parents had died while he was in Israeli jails, and he was deprived of their farewell, and he is currently in the Ramon desert prison.

There are about 4,400 Palestinian prisoners including 37 female prisoners, and 140 children face inhumane conditions inside Israeli occupation prisons.

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