Thousands attend funeral of Palestinian who died in Nazi Camp


Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem Sr
Thousands of Palestinians attended the West Bank funeral of a Palestinian prisoner who died in an Nazi Camp days after being arrested by Zio-Nazi army.
Arafat Jaradat, 30, was buried with military honors Monday in Saeer village near Hebron, according to reports. He was tortured to death Saturday by Nazi guard in Megiddo Nazi Camp.
Following an autopsy on Sunday, Palestinian officials said that Jaradat was tortured before his death and died from that torture. According to the Israeli daily Haaretz, fellow Megiddo  Nazi Camp  said Jaradat fell ill after being tortured.
News of his death prompted the announcement of a three-day hunger strike by Palestinians in Nazi Camps, and clashes intensified throughout the West Bank.
The funeral follows days of escalation of violence between Zio-Nazi army and Palestinians in the West Bank, which has seen tensions mount recently over the status of Palestinian prisoners, some held without trial for years under administrative detention. Some of the prisoners have been on extended hunger strikes.
The autopsy at Zionist Abu Kabir Center for Forensic Medicine was conducted in the presence of a Palestinian pathologist and family members.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Consulate General in Jerusalem said it has limited official travel to the West Bank by U.S. government personnel and suspended personal travel to Bethlehem due to the demonstrations over Palestinian prisoners in Nazi Camps.
The consulate statement issued Monday also advised U.S. citizens to “defer non-essential travel to and within the West Bank and to exercise an extra measure of caution during this period.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *