Gaza, ALRAY - Israeli military court of Beersheba postponed on Monday the trial of a Palestinian detainee for the 138th time in one of the longest trials ever.
Father of the Palestinian detainee Mohammed al-Halabee said that the military court of Beersheba postponed the trial of his son for the 138th time in a raw.
He added that IPS extended the detention of his son for another 90 days, to serve five years in Israeli jails without trials.
He said that IPS tries to force his son to admit actions he never did.
Prisoners expert, Abdel Nasser Farwana, stressed that al-Halabee trial is the longest trial in the history of Palestinian trials, as it has reached 137 times today.
Al-Halabi is the representative of the International World Vision Foundation and was arrested 5 years ago at the Beit Hanoun Erez crossing for the alleged funding of Hamas, which the organization denied.
Israeli occupation authorities exerting pressure on the bodies and institutions operating in the humanitarian side in Gaza that has been besieged since 2006, accusing the workers in those institutions of "helping Hamas."