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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

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Police disperse Nigerian 'Free Zakzaky' protest in Abuja

Shabestan news agency:The protesters marched through the streets with placards but were dispersed by the police who fired teargas and water cannons as they made their way towards the headquarters of the National Human Rights Commission, Channelstv reported.

Time :   5/17/2017 9:21:00 PM News Code : 42992

Health condition of Palestine’s prisoners become serious due to hunger strike
International: Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli jails are on hunger strike against Israel for a month

With reference to the news of Palestine media, Shabestan News Agency reported that thousands of Palestinians are imprisoned in the jails of Israel. Form last month, all Palestinian was on hunger strike against the administration of jail. Strike for thirty days has passed but no one listen to the demands of Palestinian prisoner.  The condition of Palestinian prisoners has become very serious because of the thirty days hunger strike but administration of jail is showing no concern regarding this issue. On the other side international organization for human rights called on Israel to stop their violence on Palestinians and accept their demands. Interestingly Muslims of Palestine are living in their country for centuries but now extremist Israel wants to knock them out from the country brutally. They want to build their territory in Palestine in illegal way. Israeli forces unlawfully killed Palestinian civilians, including children, in both Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), and detained thousands of Palestinians from the OPT who opposed Israel’s continuing military occupation, holding hundreds in administrative detention. Torture and other ill-treatment of detainees remained rife and was committed with impunity. The authorities continued to promote illegal settlements in the West Bank, including by attempting to retroactively “legalize” settlements built on private Palestinian land, and severely restricted Palestinians’ freedom of movement, closing some areas after attacks by Palestinians on Israelis.

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