Four Palestinians jailed in Libya for setting up a Hamas cell

A court in Tripoli has passed heavy jail sentences on four Palestinians accused of establishing a “secret foreign organization on Libyan territory, arms possession and conspiring against state security.” Prison sentences of 17-22 years were handed out to the four Palestinians who, while working for technology firms in Libya, tried to establish a Hamas cell in the country. Their families said they were refused access to the accused, who were tortured and denied medical treatment.

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3 thoughts on “Four Palestinians jailed in Libya for setting up a Hamas cell

  • Feb 23, 2019 @ 10:16 at 10:16

    But, the idea to facilitate the march of total return out of Gaza into Libya for all Arab fake refugees populating Gaza has to be retained, it is a good one!

  • Feb 23, 2019 @ 16:25 at 16:25

    this is real muslim arabic justice. Israel should take example.

    • Feb 23, 2019 @ 22:54 at 22:54

      Amen! Israel should follow Libya’s example!


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