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Israeli Occupation Authorities Arrest Civilian Travelling to Donate Bone Marrow for His Brother in Tel HaShomer Hospital

 Ref: 62/2020 Date: 07 July 2020 Time: 11:30 GMT   The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) strongly condemns the arrest of a civilian from the Gaza Strip by Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) stationed at Beit Hanoun "Erez" Crossing. The civilian was travelling to Tel HaShomer Hospital as he is scheduled for a bone marrow donation for his ill brother, who is currently at the hospital.   According to PCHR's investigations, on Monday, 06 July 2020, Israeli authorities arrested 'Abdullah Shaker Mohammed al-Daghmah (38) from Rafah, while travelling to Tel HaShomer Hospital for a bone marrow donation  for his brother Hani  Shaker al-Daghmah (44). Hani suffers...

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