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June 24, 1988 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-24

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camp. It was presided over by
a panel of three judges head-
ed by a colonel in uniform, sit-
ting in front of a wall-sized
Israeli flag.
Prisoners writing outside
the tent said hearings lasted
15 minutes at most.
The visitors from the press
association heard the case of
Rajah Mohamed, a bearded
man in his late 20s. A
uniformed man translated
the Hebrew proceedings for
him.
The prosecutor told the
judges that Mohammed had
been sentenced to life in
prison in 1980, presumably
for an attack on Israelis.
He was set free in the
prisoner exchange involving
members of Ahmed Jabril's
Popular Front for the Libera-
tion of Palestine-General
Command in May 1985, and
the prosecutor claimed he had
organized demonstrations
since then and urged pro-
testers to attack soldiers.
He was arrested on Feb. 18
for inciting attacks on
soldiers over a mosque
loudspeaker.
The judges were still
discussing the case when the
reporters were ushered out
after about 20 minutes.
About a half-dozen other
prisoners witnessed the
proceedings.
The camp commander said
there is round-the-clock
medical attention available,
and that prisoners have dou-
ble the standard army ration
of 25 liters of water a day. He
showed reporters stockrooms
full of fresh produce, dairy
products such as cheese and
cans of meat.
Except for fresh meat, they
eat the same as the soldiers,
he said.
Tzemach said there were
two family visits shortly after
the camp was set up, with
buses coming from Gaza and
the West Bank, but the
organized trips were stopped
after Arab protesters stopped
a West Bank bus, ordered the
passengers off and burned it.
These organized trips were
viewed as improper coopera-
tion with the Israeli
authorities.
"We wish to have visits so
there won't be tensions regar-
ding families. We have an in-
terest in their coming. But
they are afraid to come," the
colonel said.
Individuals are not allowed
to come and visit because the
camp is in a closed military
area and because the camp is
not set up to handle 300 or
more visitors a day.
Prisoners in the camp
described the visiting pro-
gram as political blackmail,
noting that visitors are re-

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