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Six families celebrate release of sons from prison

Aug. 26, 2010 12:35 P.M. (Updated: Aug. 26, 2010 6:02 P.M.)
BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) -- Detainees Centers across the West Bank celebrated the release of six Palestinian men from Israeli prisons last week, following the end of their prison terms.

The six were identified as:

Muhammad Abdul Majeed Al-Ashkar, 31, from Hebron, who spent one year in detention.

Muhammad Abdul Rahim Abu Amsha, 26, from Zuwata village near Nablus, was released after seven years in detention.

Hamam Muhammad Saed, 23, from Bethlehem, was released after four years in detention.

Ziyad Wasfi Saleh Samara, 25, spent six years in detention. He was a university student when he was detained.

Amjad Abdul Qader, 28, from Dura village south of Hebron, was released after four years of detention.

Jibril Awad, 19, from Ramallah was released after 7 months in detention.
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