January 11,2014

Israeli authorities isolate Ibrahim Hamed


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Israeli authorities have isolated the prisoner Ibrahim Hamed, sentenced to 57 life terms the longest sentences ever given to a Palestinian prisoner, claiming that he is registered dangerous and he should not be kept among prisoners.

State of tension has prevailed in Nafha prison following the Israeli decision, where Palestinian prisoners threatened to declare a hunger strike protesting Hamed's isolation in violation to the Dignity Strike Agreement.

 Hamed was released from isolation in 2012, after serving 8 months in solitary confinement, as part of the agreement to end the mass prisoners’ hunger strike in April 2012 which lasted for 28 days.

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