Israeli army raids offices of Palestinian prisoners NGO
[IsraelTimes] Israel’s army raided the offices of a prominent Paleostinian NGO early Thursday, its director says, in an operation Amnesia Amnesty International said aimed to "crush peaceful activism."

Israeli soldiers forced their way into the offices of prisoner support group Addameer in the West Bank city of Ramallah at around 2:00 a.m., the organization’s director Sahar Francis says.

No staff were in the office at that time, she adds, but Israeli forces seized thousands of dollars worth of equipment, including five computers.

"They searched the whole office," Francis says.

Addameer works to support Paleostinian prisoners in both Israeli and Paleostinian prisons.

Israeli right-wing activists accuse it of links to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Paleostine, considered a terrorist organization by Israel, the United States and the Europe
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The Israeli army did not immediately respond to request for comment on the raid.

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