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Despite worsening health condition prisoner Lubada refuses deportation offer
Despite worsening health condition prisoner Lubada refuses deportation offer
Zuhair Lubada, a prisoner in Israeli occupation jails suffering from kidney failure, neurological problem, liver virus, and itching all over his body, has refused an Israeli offer to release him on condition that he would be deported to Jordan for two years.
Sunday, May 2,2010 16:33
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Zuhair Lubada, a prisoner in Israeli occupation jails suffering from kidney failure, neurological problem, liver virus, and itching all over his body, has refused an Israeli offer to release him on condition that he would be deported to Jordan for two years.

The international Tadamun (solidarity) institution's lawyer said that the Israeli prisons authority (IPA) was pursuing a new method in dealing with Palestinian prisoners.

He said that the IPA was offering some of those prisoners their freedom on condition that they leave Palestine for a certain period of time.

Lubada, from Nablus, told the lawyer that he repeatedly demanded a kidney transplant operation and in one of the hearings into his demands the military prosecution offered deporting him to Jordan for two years in return for releasing him, which he immediately turned down.

Lubada's refusal was echoed by his wife who said that deportation means never returning back home, noting that the Israeli occupation authority had banished the Palestinians who were besieged in the Nativity Church in Bethlehem and never allowed their return.

Lubada demanded his immediate release since there was no evidence against him, citing as proof his incarceration on administrative detention, without charge or trial, ever since his arrest on 5/15/2008.

Lubada appealed to all prisoners not to heed the IPA offers because they fell in line with the IOA attempts to evacuate the Palestinian land of its indigenous people.

tags: Palestinian Prisoners / IOF / IOA / Palestine / Jordan / Bethlehem / Israeli Occupation Jails / Nablus / Palestinians / Palestinian land
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