PA goes Gestapo-Style: Teacher dismissed on grounds of political affiliation goes on hunger strike in Nablus
September 24, 2012
NABLUS, (PIC)– Ahmed Mustafa Wahdan, a teacher from Nablus in northern West Bank, launched on Sunday an open-ended hunger strike protesting his dismissal from his work and demanding to return to his job. Wahdan, a school teacher, had been dismissed from his job on December 1, 2011 because of political affiliation, together with hundreds of other employees who have been also dismissed from their jobs by Fayyad government, under the pretext of their affiliation with the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas.
On the other hand, four days ago
Israeli authorities freed Friday a Hamas activist from Nablus in the northern West Bank after 10 months in custody, a human rights group said.