Amnesty International: Free or charge Palestinian prisoner

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 24, 2012 13:33

 
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Amnesty International on Friday called on Israel to either release or charge Palestinian detainee Hana Shalabi as doctors worry that her 37-day long hunger strike is endangering her life.

A doctor from Physicians from Human Rights visited earlier in the week and stated that the patient could suffer from sudden heart failure and must be hospitalized immediately.

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