Abdullah Noah Abu Jaber, 44, came this morning, Tuesday, in Jordan after spending more than 20 years in Israeli prisons.
Dozens of Jordanians at the Sheikh Hussein Bridge (Northern Jordan) received Abu Jaber, the Jordan, King Abdullah II and the Jordanian Foreign Ministry for their efforts and die Following up on his terms thanked.
Abu Jaber, known as the “oldest Jordanian prisoner”, demanded die Release of the remaining prisoners in Israeli prisons.
Abdullah Noah Abu Jaber, 44, grew up with his parents in Baqa’a camp near the capital Amman and traveled to the West Bank in 2000 at the age of 24 to meet one of his relatives in to visit the Palestinian Territories.
Arrested on January 29 of the same year die Israeli Armed Forces Abu Jaber on charges of resistance during the Al-Aqsa Intifada, die coincided in the same year.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment (20 years) and became the oldest Jordanian prisoner over the years in Israel.
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