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Israeli military court sentences two Hamas leaders to administrative detention
Israeli military court sentences two Hamas leaders to administrative detention
The Israeli military court in Ofer has sentenced Hamas leaders Hussein Abu Kuwaik and Faraj Rummane to six months administrative detention, without trial or charge.
Friday, January 18,2008 00:16
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The Israeli military court in Ofer has sentenced Hamas leaders Hussein Abu Kuwaik and Faraj Rummane to six months administrative detention, without trial or charge.

The court, after failing to secure an indictment list against both West Bank leaders, ruled that they should be held in detention for six months without trial or charge.

Rummane, who was released from Israeli occupation jails only a few months ago, had previously served a number of administrative detention terms.

Abu Kuwaik, who was released almost a year ago, had lost his wife and three of his children in an IOF assassination attempt and spent five years in occupation jails.


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