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Title: Palestinian photographer will face a court because of taking photos of Israeli soldiers
START DATE: Sunday March 15
TIME: 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Location Details:
Jerusalem District
Event Type: Court Date
Contact NameIMC Palestine
Email Addressimc-palestine(at)lists.indymedia.org
Phone Number
Address
From the Palestine to all the world.

Dear Friends,

We need help!
A contributor of us, the photographer Rami Allaria, while working for
IMCPAL.ps in the Jerusalem's neighborhood, was arrested.

On 15 May 2014 he was present to some clashes between the israeli army
and some youths in the town of Abu Dis(East Jerusalem).

Allaria said to IMCPAL.ps that the soldiers arrested him without asking
him to leave the place and blindfold his eyes and tied him up and then
took him to a military camp in the town of Abu Dis and then was
converted to the settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim before being released.

He was prevented from entering to Abu Dis or near the soldiers for 15 days.
Moreover they took his permit to enter Jerusalem and expelled out of
Israel borders.

But the baddest thing is that he will face the court on 15/3/2015 and
may get in jail because of taking these photos imcpal.ps/news/?p=41156
where some israeli soldiers arrest a child, violating the international
and israeli laws about children, taking him from inside the school of
Abu Dis and put on their jeep.

Rami Allaria needs aid! He hasn't a lawyer and the israeli tribunals
have almost always a conviction for not jewish people.

Do you can help us? Do you have any idea to help our brave photographer?
Thank you very much for every contribution you can give us.
God bless you.

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