News ID: 364139
Publish Date: 04 September 2012 - 07:50
Navideshahed: Palestinians have staged a protest in the besieged Gaza Strip to demand the release of prisoners on hunger strike in Zionist regime’s jails.

Chanting anti-Zionist slogans, hundreds of Palestinians marched from the Red Cross headquarters toward the UN office in the besieged coastal strip on Monday to express support for the Palestinian prisoners held in Occupied Territories without trial or charge and demanded the international community secure their release.

On Friday, human rights group Amnesty International warned two Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike are in grave danger.

According to an April 1, 2012 report published by the non-governmental Palestinian prisoner support and human rights association, Addameer, at least 4,610 Palestinian political prisoners, most of whom administratively arrested, are held in Zionist regime’s jails.

Independent sources put the number of the inmates at 11,000.
The administrative detention, often implemented by the Zionist regime against Palestinians, means a prisoner can be held for up to six months without trial or charge. However, the detention order can be renewed for indefinite periods of time.

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Source: IRIB World Service

Chanting anti-Zionist slogans, hundreds of Palestinians marched from the Red Cross headquarters toward the UN office in the besieged coastal strip on Monday to express support for the Palestinian prisoners held in Occupied Territories without trial or charge and demanded the international community secure their release. On Friday, human rights group Amnesty International warned two Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike are in grave danger. According to an April 1, 2012 report published by the non-governmental Palestinian prisoner support and human rights association, Addameer, at least 4,610 Palestinian political prisoners, most of whom administratively arrested, are held in Zionist regime’s jails. Independent sources put the number of the inmates at 11,000. The administrative detention, often implemented by the Zionist regime against Palestinians, means a prisoner can be held for up to six months without trial or charge. However, the detention order can be renewed for indefinite periods of time. The End Source: IRIB World Service
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