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Israel returns ID documents of slain Palestinian after 24 years

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palestineidcardJENIN, (PNIC)
The Israeli occupation forces handed the private documents of a slain Palestinian citizen to his family 24 years after his murder.

Anwar Jaradat said the family received a phone call from the Palestinian Military Liaison to inform them about an Israeli decision to return the private documents of his slain brother Muneer Jaradat after a 24-year-gag.

The family thought that the papers belong to another brother of Muneer who was born one year after the latter was killed and bears the same name as his slain brother.

The documents included Muneer’s ID and private pictures withheld by the Israeli occupation forces since 1992. Muneer was aged 19 at the time.

The family added that the occupation army kept chasing Muneer for three years before they captured him and fired 13 shots to his chest, killing him in cold blood in 1992.

 
 
 
 
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