Friday, March 11, 2011

Palestinian engineer who disappeared in the Ukraine is at an occupation jail

[ 11/03/2011 - 09:46 PM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- Human rights sources have revealed that  Palestinian engineer Dirar Abu Seesi who disappeared last month in the Ukraine is detained in an Israeli occupation jail. This announcement coincided with the announcement of the Ukrainian government that it was opening an investigation into the disappearance of Seesi.
Dirar Abu Seesi, chief operating officer of the Gaza Strip's power station, who was on a visit to the Ukraine disappeared during a train journey from the east Ukrainian city of Kharkov to the capital Kiev to meet his brother Yousef who was flying from Holland to see his brother whom he did not see in 15 years.
Seesi’s wife Aqila immediately accused the Mossad of being behind the disappearance of her husband, who disappeared on 18 February 2011.
Those suspensions were confirmed when an Israeli lawyer succeeded in visiting Seesi at the Askalan prison.
The sources also said that the Mossad transferred Seesi to occupied Palestine one day after his abduction from the train.
This revelation coincided with the announcement by the Ukrainian government about opening an inquiry into the disappearance of Seesi.
Fathi Hammad, minister of interior in Haneyya’s government, had contacted his Ukrainian counterpart General Anatoliy Mohyliov asking him to investigate the disappearance of Seesi.