Israel releases Palestinian boy jailed for 'plotting attack'

Imprisonment of Shadi Farrah highlights concerns about mistreatment of Palestinian children arrested by Israeli forces.

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    Shadi Farrah, one of the youngest Palestinian children imprisoned in Israel has been released. Now 15, he spent almost three years in jail on the charge of plotting an attack, which he denies.

    The case of Farrah, who crossed the Qalandiya checkpoint in the occupied West Bank, highlights concerns about the mistreatment of Palestinian children arrested by Israeli forces.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports from Ramallah.


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