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‘Israel prevents Jordanian from returning to Kingdom’

By JT - Dec 10,2015 - Last updated at Dec 10,2015

AMMAN — Israeli forces on Tuesday detained Jordanian Munir Qasim for several hours at the western side of the King Hussein Bridge and denied him exit to enter the Kingdom, according to the media team supporting Jordanian prisoners in Israel, Fedaa. Qasim, a Jordanian prisoner who was released from Israeli prisons some two months ago, went to Balaa Village in Tulkarm in 1995 to work as a carpenter, and Israeli forces arrested him in October 2005 on charges of resisting the occupation, according to previous remarks from Fedaa.

The National Committee for Jordanian Prisoners and Missing Prisoners in the Zionist Prisons on Wednesday sent a letter to Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour calling for securing Qasim’s return to Jordan and following up on the cases of Jordanian prisoners in Israel.



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