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Group: Prisoner's fingers severed in Israeli jail
Published Saturday 29/12/2012 (updated) 30/12/2012 20:37
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RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- A Palestinian jailed by Israel has filed a complaint after his fingers were severed during a cell inspection, he told a prisoners group on Saturday.

Khalid Muhammad Ahmad Khalawi, 30, told the prisoners association that he was trying to open a door in Rimon jail to allow a guard entry, when the prison official shoved the door back on his hand, severing the top of his index and middle fingers.

Khalawi's fingers were later reattached by prison doctors, but the prisoner complained he waited five hours before treatment.

Khalawi, from Duheisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem, has been in jail since 2002 and is serving a 13-year sentence.




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1 ) shirleyS / australia
29/12/2012 12:58
good for him and if the stupid PA would sign geneva conventions all prisoners could start to fight back treatment and imjustice just likr jews did germany and staus prisoners of war and all protections of conventions

2 ) Robert Haymond / Israel-Gush Etzion
29/12/2012 18:15
Is this Australian Ignoramus Week, Shirley? Jews had legal recourse to fight back Germany in WWII? Where, in the concentration camps? This bit is even below par for you in your usual ridiculous ignorance of facts, politics and history.

3 ) Filipe / Portugal
03/01/2013 22:03
@ShirleyS Since "palestine " is not yet considered a fully sovereign state, they are not eligible to become signatories to the GC.
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