RAMALLAH, April 2, 2013 (WAFA) -- President Mahmoud Abbas said Tuesday that the arrogance of the Israeli government stopped in the way of responding to Palestinian efforts to secure the release of the prisoner Maysara Abu Hamdiya, who died in prison due to medical negligence by the Israel Prison Service.
What does IPS stand for?
IPS stands for Israel Prison Service
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- Iran Press Service
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- Iraqi Police Services
- Irish Philatelic Society (stamps)
- Irish Political Studies (journal; Taylor & Francis)
- Iron Pipe Size
- Iron Pipe Standard (pipe thread specification)
- Isolated Power Supply
- Isotope Power System
- Item/Product Specialist
- Ithaca Public Schools (Ithaca, MI)
- Ixplus Production Support (MCI billing program)
- Information Processing System/Airlift Mobility Element
- Internet Protocol to SS7 (Nortel)
- Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (UK)
- Independent Postal System of America
- Independent Professional Seed Association
- Indorsement to Project Support Agreement
- Industrial Police and Security Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Qaraqe noted that the Israel Prison Service (IPS), neglected his health condition and didn't provide any medical treatment for him.
The father-of-two died at Meggido prison, from what the Israel Prison Service (IPS) said appeared to be a heart attack.
Earlier today the leaders of the Palestinian hunger striking prisoners and Israel Prison Service (IPS) reached an Egyptian-brokered deal to end the strike in exchange for non-extension of the administrative detention.
According to the letter, the Israel Prison Service denies Palestinian prisoners -- mainly those in solitary confinement -- family visits, access to education, telephones and satellite channels.
The security prisoners are held by law in Israel Prison Service facilities," Lieutenant-Colonel Ian H.
Three months later, in June 1998, the Israel Prison Service hosted an international summit titled "Israel's 50th Jubilee Prison Conference.
The Israel Prison Service has taken the prisoners from Ofer Prison, close to Jerusalem, to the Beituniya checkpoint near Ramallah, Israel Radio reported.