Joint-List MK on release of Dareen Tatour: Our struggle must continue

September 20, 2018 12:34
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Arab-Israeli poet Dareen Tatour convicted of incitement to terrorism and support of terror organizations was released on Thursday morning.

In response to Tatour's release, MK (Join-List) Niven Abu Rahmounv posted on facebook: "Dareen Tatour was released this morning, after 42 days in prison and almost three years of home arrest.

Dareen is a strong example of the Israeli government's intentions of seizing Palestinian freedom of expression and to erase the national identity of Palestinians.

Our continued struggle for these rights through a popular nonviolent political movement for freedom of expression and for self-determination must continue and we will not stop."

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