Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Jailed by Israel for his cartoons, Mohammad Saba’aneh speaks out

Man cowering in corner is told to resist by his shadow which assumes a strong standing posture

He spent five months in prison after being arrested by Israeli occupation forces this past February. After two months of internment without charge, Israel charged him with drawing cartoons in a book they alleged had some association with Hamas.
The photographs on display deal solely with issues regarding Palestinian political prisoners. The themes include family visits, longing, loneliness, solitary confinement, prisoner transfers, education in prisons and healthcare in prisons.

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