Two Palestinian prisoners begin 20th year behind bars in Israel, a third 19th year

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Two Palestinian prisoners in Israel began today their 20th year behind bars for resisting the occupation and a third began his 19th year behind bars, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS).

It said Khalil Mussalam Baraqa, 42, from Bethlehem, and Haytham Jaber, 47, from Salfit, completed 19 years behind bars and have entered their 20th year, while Ahmad Mustafa Shibani, 48, from Arraba, south of Jenin, completed 18 years behind bars and started on his 19th year, and is serving three life terms plus 10 years.

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