Gaza Post – Gaza
Palestinian prisoner Muhammed Khalil al-Halabi, from Gaza, a father of five siblings, has been subjected to 124 trial sessions in a row since he was detained in 2016, the Detainees and Ex-detainees Affairs Committee said in a statement.
The statement confirmed that the trial sessions of al-Halabi indicate that Israeli judiciary basically depends on Shin Bet and there are no charges or confessions that justify his detention.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation bodies are trying, through procrastination, to prepare a list of unfounded accusations to try the Palestinian engineer, added the statement.
Halabi trial has been considered the longest trial in the history of the Palestinian prisoners' movement and it is classified as an immoral and inhumane crime that disregards the international judiciary components.
In this regard, world human rights institutions such as International Red Cross "IRC" have called for urgently and immediately putting an end for this shameful Israeli act.
They have also called on all Palestinians to engage in a solidarity campaign that is able to put an end for this farce and expose Israeli occupation crimes at all world levels.
In the same context, the committee confirmed in a press statement that al-Halabi's trial No.124 is going to be held on Wednesday, July 7, 2019, at 9:00 am.
Prisoner al-Halabi was arrested on July 20, 2016, while he was coming back to the besieged Gaza Strip through Erez crossing, claiming he was transferring money to Hamas movement in Gaza.