Palestinian detainee Faron's prison sentence extended for fourth time running

Palestine

Published: 2017-07-02 13:57

Last Updated: 2017-07-02 15:45


Israel again renewed Faron’s sentence, for a fourth time, just one day before her third sentence was up.
Israel again renewed Faron’s sentence, for a fourth time, just one day before her third sentence was up.
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The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) renewed, for the fourth time in a row, Palestinian detainee Sabah Faron’s administrative detention for a further four months.

Faron has already served one year behind bars.

Faron was viciously taken away from her four children, and detained, after her home in Al Eazaria was ransacked by the IOF on June 19, 2016.

According to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Center for Studies, Israel sentenced Faron to four months in the HaSharon Prison for Women in June, before renewing her sentence to an extra four months after the first four were up.

Israel again renewed Faron’s sentence, for a fourth time, just one day before her third sentence was up, citing “incitement on social media.”

Before serving in HaSharon Prison, Faron was placed in solitary confinement at the Damon Prison for protesting the harsh conditions female prisoners are forced to endure, and for demanding that they are transferred to HaSharon Prison instead.