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Detainee dies of heart attack at Gaza prison
Published Monday 01/04/2013 (updated) 02/04/2013 17:35
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) -- Sami Hamdan Qishta, 50, died on Monday of a heart attack in a prison in southern Gaza, the Hamas government in control of the enclave announced.

Qishta was detained in a Rafah jail on charges related to financial crimes, the Gaza ministry of interior said in a statement.
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1 ) Rami / Palestine
01/04/2013 15:39
Well there we go. One died in PA custody. One died in Hamas custody. One died in Israeli custody. Although a heart attack does not necessarily mean that he was tortured or abused. He could have had a heart attack for any of a number of reasons....health, abuse, old age, anxiety, etc...

2 ) Where is the RAGE??? / WHERE ARE THE FIERSOME
01/04/2013 16:11
DEMONSTRATIONS? where is the INTIFADA???? only when JEWS do it is the life of an inmate a good cause celebre?

3 ) Robby / USA
01/04/2013 17:02
"Heart attack" - hmmm, sounds suspect.

4 ) Rami / Palestine
02/04/2013 08:39
#2 Do what? The guy died of a heart attack....or are you a member of Hamas and know otherwise?

5 ) Mirijam / Palestine
02/04/2013 09:56
For what Palestinians are fighting in this country? One dies in Jericho prison -no further reports about this incident in the news-, one dies in Gaza prison... Our governments and their system is not worth to act. How many poor boys are in Palestinian prisons for nothing????? How many got a death penalty? There is no reason to fight for freedom here. PPeople have to love and respect their own people at first. Then there are reasons to become active against occupation.
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