Sunday, June 17, 2012

One Up; One Down


Yaniv Mazor, incarcerated for refusing to serve in the 'occupation army,' says could not continue overlooking the strife of Palestinian administrative detainees.

An Israel Defense Forces reserves soldier, who has refused to partake in army duty to protest Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories, has gone on hunger strike in military prison, in what he said was a show of solidarity with Palestinian administrative detainees.

But, more

Jailed Palestinian soccer player takes first steps toward ending hunger strike Mahmoud al-Sarsak, 25, who began fasting on March 19, has resumed drinking milk, said Issa Qarari, Palestinian Minister for Prisoners' Affairs.

Poor fellow.  Just as he gets conscientious, they are ending their fast.

Israelis, always behind the fashion.

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