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Wife of terrorist prisoner gives birth with sperm smuggled out of prison

Wife of Israeli Arab terrorist prisoner gives birth to a daughter conceived with his sperm that was smuggled out of prison. Interview with the wife of terrorist who murdered one.

Official PA TV reporter: “Sana’a, to this day Walid has been unable to touch his daughter and also see her face-to-face. To this day she has not had a visit [with her imprisoned father], right?”

Sana’a Daqqa, wife of terrorist Walid Daqqa: “Yes, not only has there not been a visit… They have informed [us] that they will completely prevent the visit, and Israeli Minister of Interior Aryeh Deri has also given an order not to register [my daughter] Milad under her father’s name in the Ministry of Interior. In other words, I went to get a birth certificate for Milad, and they wanted to give me a birth certificate without the father’s name, without Walid’s name. So of course I told [the clerk] that we do not want this birth certificate and we are in the midst of legal proceedings against them because this is illegal. In other words, the minister of interior is acting like a big bully here as they say…
Milad’s birth is a continuation of this ongoing and unending confrontation with the Israeli Prison Service. Therefore Walid is now just in a position of waiting for the years to pass in order to come out and realize this victory, which he actually has realized while within the prison.”

Reporter: “With her birth, Milad has actually succeeded in breaking the chains of the prison guard and has released Walid before his release date in five years. With the hope of marking [Palestinian] Prisoner’s Day next year with Milad in her father’s embrace, and also that all of our prisoners will be in the embrace of their families; many blessings of peace to them from us, from within the Green Line (i.e., Palestinian term for Israel; the Green Line is the ceasefire line between Israel and the neighboring Arab countries, 1949-1967).”
Walid Daqqa

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