'Prison uprising in answer to Schalit bill is coming'

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May 30, 2010 17:35

 
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Palestinian security prisoners will soon begin the first steps of a major event in Israeli prisons, Palestinian Prisoners' Society President Monir Mantsur said Sunday.

The proposed 'Schalit Law,' which would limit Hamas prisoner's visitation rights, was the impetus for Mantsur's comments in an interview with Israel Radio.

He also said that the prisoners' situation is unacceptable and that if it got any worse the entire Palestinian nation would rise up to support them, igniting the entire region.

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