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124 Palestinian children begin new school year in Israeli prisons

Palestinians hold posters of Palestinian prisoner Bilal Kayed, who has been on hunger strike for 71 days, as they demonstrate in front of the Red Cross headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah in support of prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails on August 24, 2016. (AFP)

Mohammad Hamayel 
Press TV, al-Quds

With the school year starting in Palestinian territories, more than 120 Palestinian children are spending their time in Israeli prisons instead of classrooms. Several experts and officials have called the move a deliberate act to keep Palestinian children out of schools. Our correspondent Mohammad Hamayel has more in the following story. 

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