Hamas's Abdullah Barghouti to stay in solitary confinement

Hamas terrorist Abdullah Barghouti, who was given 67 life sentences after he was found guilty in several terrorist attacks in Israel, will stay in solitary confinement for an additional month-and-a-half.
Monday’s ruling by the Nazareth District Court stipulated that the conditions of Barghouti’s imprisonment would be reassessed in a month-and-a-half after the Hamas man undergoes psychological and medical evaluations.
Barghouti has been kept in solitary confinement for 6.5 years, a decision he appeals to repeal every six months.
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