Friday, February 4, 2011

Ministry of captives condemns PA summoning of captive's wife in Ramallah

[ 04/02/2011 - 09:06 PM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- The ministry of captives in the Gaza Strip has strongly condemned the PA security forces in the West Bank city of Ramallah for summoning wife of a Palestinian captive incarcerated in an Israeli occupation jail, describing such behavior as a stab in the back of the captives.
The ministry added, in a statement it issued in this regard, that the PA security forces summoned Palestinian citizen Fatima Shaker Al-Ajrab, wife of Palestinian captive Hussein Yakoob Al-Ajrab who is under administrative detention in occupation jails since 18 months. He spent several periods in occupation jails totaling ten years.
The ministry also explained that Mrs. Al-Ajrab was sick and suffered a stroke recently and described the summoning of her by the PA security as a "stab" in the back of the captives who sacrificed everything precious for their national issue and for the liberation of their country.
In this concern, the ministry urged all legal institutions and human rights organizations to condemn the PA attitude, saying that at least 157 Palestinian citizens were arrested at the hands of the PA security apparatuses moments after they were released from Israeli jails.