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IOA renews administrative detention of lecturer for 7th time
IOA renews administrative detention of lecturer for 7th time
The Israeli occupation authority's intelligence renewed the administrative detention, without charge or trail, of Palestinian university lecturer Ghassan Dhukan for the 7th consecutive time.
Wednesday, May 12,2010 07:41
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  The Israeli occupation authority's intelligence renewed the administrative detention, without charge or trail, of Palestinian university lecturer Ghassan Dhukan for the 7th consecutive time.

The Israeli occupation forces took Dhukan, 52, from his home west of Nablus city late 2007 and held him since then in administrative custody.

Dhukan is one of the oldest serving administrative detainees who number 200 at present distributed between Ofer and Negev jails.

tags: Palestinian Prisoners / Israeli Jails / IOA / IOF / Nablus / Geneva
Posted in Palestine , Human Rights  
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