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18-20 April, Ireland: Speaking Tour of Palestinian Lawyer Aouda Zbidat on Palestinian Political Prisoners | Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network

18.4.16

18-20 April, Ireland: Speaking Tour of Palestinian Lawyer Aouda Zbidat on Palestinian Political Prisoners | Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network



LIMERICK: Mon 18 April, 7.30pm – Pery’s Hotel, Glentworth St Limerick Event on Facebook

CORK: Tuesday 19 April, Time/Venue TBC

DUBLIN: Wed 20 April, 7pm – The Academy Plaza Hotel, 10-14 Findlater Place . Dublin Event on Facebook



Some of the issues that Ms Zbidat will address in her talk will be:


– The issue of child prisoners and the abuse of children within the
system – UNICEF has stated that Israel’s child prisoner “practices are
in violation of international law”

– The issue of torture in Israeli prisons.

– Hunger strikes in Israeli prisons.

– Denial of prisoners rights and violations of international law in Israel’s prison system.

– Administrative detention – A form of internment without trial, which
Amnesty says is used “to suppress the legitimate and peaceful activities
of activists in the Occupied Palestinian Territories”.

– The 99.7% conviction rate for Palestinian security prisoners, tried
before Israeli military (non-jury) courts “whose proceedings do not meet
international standards for fair trial”, according to Amnesty.

– The detention of Palestinian parliamentarians and civil society leaders.


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