Yousef Jabareen

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Umm el-Fahem resident MK Yousef Jabareen: ‘It is inconceivable that in the 21st century, in a city of 60,000 residents, there are no street names or house numbers.’
Knesset, Israel Prison Service, and Public Security Ministry issue responses to Supreme Court petition demanding MKs be allowed to visit Palestinians classified as 'security prisoners.'
MK Jabareen: We are receiving reports of serious Israel Prison Service violations of hunger-strikers' rights. It is my right and obligation as a Knesset member to examine these reports.
MK Jabareen: "Our presence in the Knesset is not a favor from the Netanyahu government. We are in the Knesset in order to struggle to protect our rights."
IPS’s rejection of requests to visit Barghouti interferes with Knesset Member’s role as elected public official to examine and scrutinize IPS policies regarding hunger strikers.