Detained journalist Abu Arafa boycotts the Zionist military court

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    AL-KHALIL,(PIC)-- Detained journalist Amir Abdul Halim Abu Arafeh, 28, who is held in administrative detention at the Negev Desert prison, refused to appear before the Zionist military court last Thursday in accordance with the administrative detainees' decision to boycott these courts which try to give legitimacy to administrative detention.

    The court session, that was supposed to take place last Thursday to hear the prosecution, was held to renew the prisoner's administrative detention for six more months, according to sources at Negev prison.

    The same sources confirmed that the prison administration tried by force to make Abu Arafeh attend the court but he refused describing it "arbitrary and illegal". The prisoner added that his arrest was political insisting on his commitment to the decision taken by administrative detainees to boycott military courts.

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    Allah is a Zionist. Allah is most wise :clap2:

     
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    Obviously, he refused to go to court because he knew there were legitimate grounds for continuing his detention, therefore by refusing to go to court, he gives legitimacy to the hearing and he detention.
     
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    They are holding him without charge i.e. they don't have a case.
     
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    Palestinians: Other Arabs Who Can't Accomplish Anything In Life And Would Rather Wrap Themselves In The Seductive Melodrama Of Eternal Struggle And Death :lol:

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    Of course they do. That's why he refuses to try to plead his case in court.
     
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    Not showing up to court makes you look guilty mac, he should have showed up at the hearing confident with nothing to hide if hes truly innocent.
     
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    There is no case to plead. He is not charged with anything.
     
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    Arabs are the most fucked up losers in history :badgrin:
     
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    Of course there is. The purpose of the hearing was to force the government to show there were national security reasons for extending the detention. If he were not a national security threat, this was his opportunity to show it. Obviously, he believed there the government was justified in extending his detention or he would have tried to convince the court it wasn't justified.
     

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