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Israel shells UN-designated shelter in Beit Hanoun, killing dozens
Hebron judges on strike for 'lack of protection'
Published Sunday 16/02/2014 (updated) 17/02/2014 12:27
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HEBRON (Ma'an) -- Judges in Hebron's Magistrate Court and Court of First Instance went on strike on Sunday in protest of what one judge described as "lack of protection and safety for the judges."

One of the judges on strike, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told Ma'an that Justice Saad Sweiti was assaulted last Thursday by a man in his office at the Court of First Instance.

No legal action was taken against the attacker, even though Sweiti had notified the District Attorney's office of the attack, the judge said.

If nothing is done to protect judges, he said the Hebron judges would would organize further protests and strikes.
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1 ) Dimi / Germany
16/02/2014 16:26
Palestinians, before you continue negotiating to get a state of your own show to the world yoe are able to run a state on the territory of PA. Stop beating medical teams, judges and others. By the way, what is the Palestinian police doing to protect those who are attacked, are they drinking coffee in the nearest shop???

2 ) Jane / PA
16/02/2014 18:23
The best protection is to stop being corrupt . Unfortunatally, judges and prosecutors are among the most corrupt occupations in Palestine. They keep innocent people in the courts for years, act according to politicians? will and seldom folow the laws. The desperat people do not have any other tools to fight them apart fom beating them.
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