- Published on Thursday, 26 July 2012 13:38
On Thursday, 26th July, it is expected that Israeli authorities will release the journalist Nawaf Ibrahim al-Amer, a reporter for the Palestinian daily al-Quds, after he spent more than one year in administrative detention.
Ahmad Al-Beitawi, a researcher for International Solidarity for Human Rights, said that al-Amer was arrested in 28/6/2012 after they raided his house in Kufur Qalil, east of Nablus, and was sentenced to the administrative detention.
Al-Beitawe said that al-Amer, who was deported to Marj al-Zhour in 1992, was not interrogated or accused of any charge during his arrest. The occupation prosecution claimed in every court session that there are new issues appear in his secret files.
It's worth mentioning that the Israeli occupation is still detaining several Palestinian Journalist and media figures including: PNN reporter, Amin Abu Warda, journalist and director of Palestine newspaper, Waleed Khaled, Shihab news agency reporter Amer Abu Arfa, and Hebron's Al-Aqsa Radio correspondent, Sharif Alrjoub.