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Israeli court refuses release of Gaza fisherman’s body

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Gaza6Mar7OCCUPIED JERUSALEM (PNIC):-The Israeli High Court on Thursday issued decision refusing to return the body of the Palestinian fisherman who was shot dead by an IOF naval patrol two weeks ago.

Israeli media sources said that the court acceded to a request from the Goldin family, whose son Hadar was captured by Hamas’ armed wing.

Following the ruling, the Goldin family said in a statement, “Beyond being a legal injunction, this is a moral order to the government of Israel to stop awarding prizes and gifts to Hamas at a time when it holds soldiers and citizens in… contravention of international law.

“It’s up to us, as a country, to change the balance once and for all — holding on to kidnapped people cannot be a bargaining chip but a burden for which the enemy must pay a price,” the family said.

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