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The Israeli Ofer military court sentenced wounded Palestinian child prisoner Natalie Shokha, 15, to one and a half years in Israeli prison on Monday, December 19. Natalie, from the village of Rammun near Ramallah, was shot by occupation soldiers on April 28 with a live bullet in her back and chest. She and another minor girl, Tasneem Halabi, were accused of seeking to stab Israeli occupation forces.
Natalie is held in HaSharon prison with other women prisoners and minor girls. Military court hearings in her case have been repeatedly postponed due to her severe injuries from the shooting.
Stand with Natalie to demand that Israel release her, 400 other imprisoned Palestinian children, and all 7,000 Palestinian political prisoners immediately, and that Hewlett Packard companies end their contracts with Israeli prisons and detention centers, occupation and security forces, and checkpoints and settlements now.
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Support the Palestinian people, the Palestinian prisoners, the Palestinian Resistance, and the liberation of Palestine, from the river to the sea.