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Paramedic prisoner receives extension of administrative detention for 13th time

April 9, 2011

Administrative detention of prisoner Dudeen extended for 13th time

[ 09/04/2011 – 02:10 PM ]
Al-KHALIL, (PIC)– Al-Ahrar center for prisoners’ studies and human rights said an Israeli court extended the administrative detention of Ayed Dudeen from Dura village in Al-Khalil city, for the 13th consecutive time.
Director of the center Fouad Al-Khafsh said prisoner Dudeen is the oldest administrative detainee in Israeli jails and was kidnapped on October 19, 2007.
Khafsh affirmed that the Israeli higher court in recent times offered the prisoner his freedom in exchange for his exile, but he preferred to stay in prison.
He noted that Dudeen, a father of six kids, was kidnapped five times before during which he spent 13 years behind bars.
Prisoner Dudeen is a paramedic for the Red Crescent society and still acts as a deputy director of the ambulance and emergency service in Al-Khalil city.