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Hamas leader transferred to isolated cell in Israeli jail

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abujailinAL-KHALIL, (PNIC) The Israeli prison service (IPS) late on Thursday evening transferred the Hamas leader Adnan Younis Abu Tabana to an isolated cell in the Megiddo jail.

Abu Tabana’s wife, Umm Anas she was updated on a decision by the IPS to transfer her husband to solitary confinement in the Israeli Megiddo prison.

She added that her husband was kidnapped by the Israeli occupation forces from his own family home in al-Zaytoun suburb in al-Khalil and was held in administrative detention, with neither charge nor trial.

The breadwinner of a 12-member family, activist Abu Tabana has spent a total of 10 years in administrative detention in Israeli jails.

The Hamas leader earned a PhD in Islamic History and worked as a junior lecturer at the Quds Open University.

 
 
 
 
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