Kangaroo court likely to jail Hebron activist Issa Amro

An Israeli kangaroo court with a conviction rate of almost 100 percent will open the much-delayed trial against the vocal Palestinian human rights activist Issa Amro on Sunday.
 
Amro – founder of the organization Youth Against Settlements. – faces 18 charges, ranging from “insulting an Israeli soldier” to “assault.” The charges have been condemned as baseless and politically motivated by Amnesty International. But Amro knows he will most probably be convicted.
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