Why Did the Israeli Army Seize This Blind Palestinian Bereaved Daughter's Cash?

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Yasmin Eshtayyeh.
Yasmin Eshtayyeh.Credit: Nidal Eshtayyeh
Amira Hass
Amira Hass
Amira Hass
Amira Hass

About 5,000 shekels led me to Yasmin Eshtayyeh; more precisely, a combination of $357, 500 shekels and 668 Jordanian dinars. Those are the currencies and the amounts that the Israeli authorities at the border crossing with Jordan removed, seized and confiscated from bags of Eshtayyeh and her sister Suhad in 2013. This past February 14, an anonymous soldier from the ombudsman’s office in the bureau of the head of the Israel Defense Forces Central Command ruled that Eshtayyeh did not have the right of appeal or objection. End of discussion.

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