Israeli intelligence refusing to release prisoners upon completion of sentences
SALFIT — The Israeli intelligence apparatus said it would not release Palestinian prisoner Rami Suleiman, 31, after he completed serving his five-year prison term and instead would place him under administrative detention without any charge.
Ahrar center for prisoner’s studies and human rights stated in this regard that the Israeli occupation state refused lately to release a number of Palestinian prisoners after they served their terms and decided to extend their detention administratively.
It added, “Israel wants to tell the Palestinian prisoners that they are not in prison according to law and their freedom after they complete their imprisonment terms is decided by the intelligence apparatus.”
In another incident, the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) kidnapped at dawn Thursday Palestinian writer and political analyst Amer Sa’ad, 27, from his home west of Nablus city.
Local sources said the IOF ransacked Sa’ad’s house and took him to an unknown destination.
Sa’ad is a writer and a specialist in the Arab movements and their ideologies, and issued many studies in this regard.