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November 2016

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Release British father from Israeli Jail

G4S HQ, Westminster, London. Fri 18 Nov 2016


 As the protesters set up outside G4S offices a singer entertains with some well-known protest songs

 'Football Against Apartheid' and Palestinian flags calling for a boycott of Israel

 HP provides IT equipment and support for Israeli jails - including those where children are held and mistreated, and G4S provides security services

Laila Sharary (left), wife of Fayez Sharary still held in jail in Israel after his arrest and torture in September

 on the way home from a visit to his family.

 

 

 Laila Sharary was also arrested, along with their 3 year old daughter

 but they were released after being held for 5 hours

 

 

 

 An image projected on the neighbouring building shows Fayez Sharary with his daughter

 

 
      
 

Laila Sharary holds her daughter at the protest

 Sandra reads out details of the arrest, torture and continuing imprisonment of Fayez Shahary

and Laila Shahary reads out a statement.

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