PA Minister of Prisoners' Affairs visits family of terrorist who planned bombing that killed 30
Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida - Mar. 29, 2011

 
     "Minister of Prisoners' Affairs, Issa Karake, and a delegation from the Ministry of Prisoners' Affairs visited the home of [the family of] prisoner Abbas Al-Sayid in Tulkarem. Al-Sayid has maintained an unlimited hunger strike for the past 21 days, and has been transferred from solitary confinement at the Ramon prison to solitary confinement at the Israeli hospital in Ramle. Karake warned of the severity of prisoner Al-Sayid's condition, following a deterioration of his health in the wake of the strike. He placed the responsibility for [Sayid's] life and health upon the Israeli government and the prison administration, and called for a response to the demands for an end to his solitary confinement, which has continued for over six months, in difficult conditions."
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Note: Terrorist Abbas Al-Sayid planned the Passover suicide bombing in 2002, in which thirty Israelis were killed. Al-Sayid is serving 30 life sentences for planning this attack. The photo in the PA daily shows the PA minister handing the family an honorary plaque from the PA. Terrorist Al-Sayid's name and the PA logo are visible on the plaque.