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IOA renews administrative detention of Hamas leader
IOA renews administrative detention of Hamas leader
The IOA extends administrative detention of Khaled Al-Haj, Hamas's spokesmen however head remains held high.
Saturday, February 27,2010 18:17
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The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) renewed on Friday the administrative detention of Khaled Al-Haj, one of Hamas's spokesmen in the West Bank, only one day before his scheduled release.

Hamas sources in the Negev jail said that the IOA renewed the administrative custody of Haj for three months for the ninth consecutive time.

Haj, commenting on the decision, said that it would not weaken his morale and would not deter him from supporting his people's cause.

Haj, 45, has been held in IOA custody for 38 months.

tags: IOA / Detention / Hamas leader / Israeli Occupation Authority / Khaled Al-Haj / Israeli Violation / Israeli Terrorism / Israeli War Crimes
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