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Minister of Prisoners' Affairs in afficial ceremony to honor terrorists: Israel commits "killing, beating, intimidation, and torture" of Palestinian prisoners

Headline: “Honor to prisoners from Hebron district serving life sentences”
“The Prisoners’ Club and the Hebron district yesterday honored 140 prisoners from the Hebron district who have been sentenced to life imprisonment [in Israel], at a ceremony held in the city under the slogan, ‘The chains are destined to be broken.’
District Governor of Hebron, Kamel Hamid, conveyed greetings form President Mahmoud Abbas to all the male and female prisoners in the occupation’s prisons, and to their families who are suffering the pain of separation. He emphasized that the issue of the prisoners is on the agenda of the PA…
Hamid expressed pride in the families of the heroes [prisoners] who are standing firm and defending the homeland.
Minister of Prisoners’ Affairs, Issa Karake, who participated in the ceremony of honor, described the suffering of the prisoners, caused as a result of the despicable Israeli attacks against them and against their families – killing, beating, intimidation, and torture. He noted that the prisoners are entitled to live in dignity and in liberty, like the other peoples of the world.
Chairman of the Prisoners’ Club, Qadura Fares, said: ‘We commemorate this day in honor of our resolve and of those who bore arms in order to defend the land and dignity.’”

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