Relatives of prisoners appeal for allowing visits

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    GAZA, (PIC)-- Relatives of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli occupation jails staged a sit-in before the UN offices in Gaza on Tuesday demanding their right to visit their next of kin before their death.

    The relatives, mostly elderly or sick, expressed hope that they could see their relatives before they die.

    Gaza minister of prisoners' affairs Dr. Attalla Abulsabh said during a visit to the sit-in rally that the Israeli occupation authority was breakig all international rules.

    He asked the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, "Isn't it time to say to Israel enough".

    The minister said that the Palestinian prisoners are not common criminals but rather freedom fighters, who exercised their legitimate right (of resisting occupation).

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    Quite a gangland, indeed, if they have a "gangster" minister.
    Indeed, they're jihading criminals, full of garbage.
     

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