Palestinian Authority Libel: Israel Poisons Palestinian Prisoners

May 2015
Israel Faxx;5/18/2015, Vol. 23 Issue 101W, p9
The article reports that the Palestinian Authority (PA) continues to demonize Israel by spreading libels. It states that the PA claimed that Israel conducts medical experiments and poisoning on Palestinian prisoners. It mentions that PA reported that Israeli prisons have become source of epidemic, death, and dissemination of diseases in the bodies of prisoners.


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