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Jordanian Detainees Released from ‘Israeli’ Prison
By Staff, Agencies
Two Jordanian nationals who were held in ‘Israeli’ occupation prisons for months on allegations of ‘terror’ activity were returned to Jordan Wednesday, as part of an agreement between the Tel Aviv regime and Amman.
A spokesman for the ‘Israel’ Prisons Service said that its forces handed Hiba al-Labadi and Abdel Rahman Miri over to the Zionist forces at the Allenby crossing in the Jordan Valley Wednesday morning ahead of their return to their country.
They later crossed into Jordan, ‘Israeli’ reports added.
Labadi and Miri, who are both of Palestinian descent, were arrested a couple of months ago at a border crossing between Jordan and the West Bank and held without charge.
The Zionist regime forces detained Labadi, 32, and Miri, 29, at the Allenby crossing on August 20 and September 2, respectively. The Palestinian Authority Prisoners Affairs Commission has said that both of them were held under administrative detention orders, in which the occupation regime grants itself an authority to hold suspects without charge for months at a time.
Labadi launched a hunger strike to protest her detention, but ended it on Wednesday when her release was announced.
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