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Wa’ed society hails Haneyya for declaring 2010 year for prisoners
Wa’ed society hails Haneyya for declaring 2010 year for prisoners
Wa’ed society for detainees and ex-detainees on Monday hailed Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya for declaring that 2010 would be a year for prisoners, saying such a step would contribute to serving the issue of detainees in Israeli jails.
Saturday, January 30,2010 15:14
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Wa’ed society for detainees and ex-detainees on Monday hailed Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya for declaring that 2010 would be a year for prisoners, saying such a step would contribute to serving the issue of detainees in Israeli jails.

It stressed in a statement that the issue of prisoners needs the efforts and support of all Palestinians at all levels, calling for making this year full of activities and events that highlight this issue.

Premier Haneyya had declared that 2010 would a year for prisoners as last year was for occupied Jerusalem and called for internationalize their issue through holding an international conference.

tags: Detainees / Haneyya / Occupied Jerusalem / Internationalize / 2010 year For Prisoners / International Conference
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