Saturday, 13 February 2010

Saba'na fighting illness in the dungeons of Abbas's militia


[ 12/02/2010 - 04:28 PM ]

JENIN, (PIC)-- The family of Sheikh Faisal Saba'na (50 years) expressed profound fear for the life of their son who is detained in one of Abbas's militia prisons and stressed that he was in a bad health condition and was at risk of having a heart attack at any time.

In a statement, on Friday, the family called on all human rights organisations to intervene to save his life and held the Governor of Jenin district and chiefs of the so called "security apparatuses" in the district responsible for the wellbeing of Sheikh Saba'na.

Saba'na was kidnapped by Abbas's militia after he was released from Israeli occupation jails, but released when his health deteriorated as a result of torture. He underwent catheterisation surgery after being released from Abbas's jails, but Abbas's preventive security did not leave him alone for too long, they kidnapped him again at the beginning of this month.

Saba'na is a prominent reformer in the Jenin district, who was released from Israeli jails 40 days ago after 30 months of detention. He spent a total of seven years in Israeli jails.

Meanwhile, the higher committee of Hamas's captives in Israeli jails held Fatah and Fayyad's illegitimate government responsible for the life of Sheikh Saba'na.

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