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Palestinian prisoner rushed to hospital following his release

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Gaza13Feb4JENIN (PNIC):-Palestinian detainee Mabrouk Jarrar was transferred on Tuesday evening to Rafidia Hospital in Nablus, hours after he was released from an Israeli jail.

Jarrar requires treatment for injuries sustained during his arrest when he was attacked by Israeli police dogs on February 3 during a manhunt to chase down slain activist Ahmed Jarrar.

Speaking with a PNIC news correspondent, Jarrar’s family said the Israeli occupation forces left their son bleeding for hours after he was brutally assaulted by police dogs. Severe injuries were inflicted on Jarrar’s shoulder, hand, and left leg. He was reportedly dragged by the occupation soldiers down to the bottom floor of his family house while his body was covered in blood.

A couple of days ago, the occupation authorities decided to release Jarrar but kept him in the Afoula Hospital, where he had received medical treatment.

Prisoner Jarrar, a native of Jenin’s western town of Berkin, had spent several years in Israeli lock-ups on account of his affiliations with Hamas resistance movement.

 
 
 
 
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