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Golan People Condemns Occupation Practices against Syria in Israeli Prisons

Feb 26, 2013

QUNEITERA, (SANA) – People of the occupied Syrian Golan and al-Quneitera province condemned the Zionist repressive practices against the Syrian prisoners in the Israeli prisons, including preventing them from meeting their families and attempts to undermine the steadfastness of prisoner artist Fedaa al-Shaer who announced a hunger strike.

In a joint statement, people of the occupied Syrian Golan and al-Quneitera province demanded the international and humanitarian bodies to play their humanitarian role in protecting prisoners, stressing the necessity of implementing the Fourth Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Prisoners.

In a statement to SANA, Al-Quneitera Governor, Dr. Malik Mohammad Ali, hailed the steadfastness of prisoner Fedaa al-Shaer and other prisoners, reiterating their homeland's support to their struggle against the racist occupation.

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