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Israel Frees Palestinian Prisoner

The Associated Press

May 19, 2016

RAMALLAH, West Bank — The Israeli military says a Palestinian prisoner who ended a 94-day hunger strike in February has been released to his home in the West Bank. 105 more words

22.8 News in Brief

No 22 : 10 November 1971

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On 27 January 1971 Ostap Pastukh, a teacher of Ukrainian language and literature, was arrested in the village of Petrichi in the Busk District of the Lvov Region. 4,901 more words

Extra-judicial Persecution

22.4 News from the Mordovian Camps and Vladimir Prison

No 22 : 10 November 1971

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From 7 to 14 August Yury Vudka (camp No. 19) carried out a hunger-strike; the reason for the strike was the administration’s ban on anyone having a Bible in the camp . 1,090 more words

Judicial Repression

21.7 The Jewish Movement to Leave for Israel

No 21 : 11 September 1971

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MOSCOW. On 12 July a group of Jews from Georgia went to the Reception Room of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet, where they handed in a collective statement demanding visas to leave for Israel. 1,689 more words

Extra-judicial Persecution

19.7 The Jewish movement to leave for Israel

No 19 : 30 April 1971

The hunger demonstration of 10-11 March

On 10 March 1971 56 citizens of Riga appeared in the Reception Room of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet. 1,138 more words

Extra-judicial Persecution

38.14 Mustafa Dzhemilev Continues his Hunger Strike

No 38 : 31 December 1975

Mustafa has managed to send a letter to a friend from the pre-trial detention centre in Omsk . He writes: 1,204 more words

Extra-judicial Persecution