News ID: 333426
Publish Date: 25 January 2012 - 06:58
Navideshahed: A Zionist regime's military court sentenced the elected head of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC), Dr. Aziz Dweik, to six months detention without bringing any charges against him.

On Sunday, a court was held to look into the possibility of placing him under detention, without any charges officially filed against him.

Both Dr. Dweik and legislator Khaled Tafesh, from the southern West Bank city of Al-Khalil ('Hebron'), were taken captive on Friday.

Representing Dr. Dweik, Lawyer Fadi Al-Qawasmi stated that the court issued the detention order despite the fact that no charges were brought against his client.

The Palestinian Legislative Council slammed the Zionist regime's court ruling against Dr. Dweik, and demanded the release of all elected legislators, ministers, and officials.

On Thursday at dawn, the regime's troops kidnapped legislator, Abdul-Jaber Foqaha, after breaking into his home in Ramallah and confiscated documents, a mobile phone, and a computer that belong to the legislator.

On Sunday, Israeli troops broke into the International Red Cross headquarters in the occupied al-Quds ('Jerusalem'), and kidnapped two Palestinian members of parliament.

Khaled Abu Arfa and Mohammed Totah, both members of the political wing of the Hamas Movement and elected MPs, were detained from the IRC headquarters.

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Source: IRIB News Agency

On Sunday, a court was held to look into the possibility of placing him under detention, without any charges officially filed against him. Both Dr. Dweik and legislator Khaled Tafesh, from the southern West Bank city of Al-Khalil ('Hebron'), were taken captive on Friday. Representing Dr. Dweik, Lawyer Fadi Al-Qawasmi stated that the court issued the detention order despite the fact that no charges were brought against his client. The Palestinian Legislative Council slammed the Zionist regime's court ruling against Dr. Dweik, and demanded the release of all elected legislators, ministers, and officials. On Thursday at dawn, the regime's troops kidnapped legislator, Abdul-Jaber Foqaha, after breaking into his home in Ramallah and confiscated documents, a mobile phone, and a computer that belong to the legislator. On Sunday, Israeli troops broke into the International Red Cross headquarters in the occupied al-Quds ('Jerusalem'), and kidnapped two Palestinian members of parliament. Khaled Abu Arfa and Mohammed Totah, both members of the political wing of the Hamas Movement and elected MPs, were detained from the IRC headquarters. The End Source: IRIB News Agency
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