Mohammad Saba'aneh Detention To Hit One-Month Mark Tomorrow
Here's the best English-language update out there this morning on the jailing of Palestinian cartoonist Mohammad Saba'aneh, which tomorrow will reach the one-month mark. He has yet to be charged, was held in solitary confinement initially, has been refused family vistors, and has apparently been interrogated with more interrogation to come -- on what or to what end is unclear. The jailing and its potential political implications -- that Saba'aneh might have been jailed sole for expressing an opinion damaging to the political aims of those in power -- has been the focus of a great deal of agitation on behalf of those that would like to see the policy end.
The cartoonist has a Facebook presence here, which includes a number of cartoons done in solidarity with his plight. This one is very striking. The cartoonist's site seems devoted to tracking tweets about his situation.