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Palestinian Icon Ahed Tamimi Had The Time Of Her Life In An Israeli Prison

Palestinian national icon Ahed Tamimi (nicknamed “Shirley Temper”) was freed after serving an eight-month sentence in Israeli prison for recording herself punching, kicking and slapping two Israeli soldiers. The incident was streamed live by her mother, who was also released by Israeli authorities.

“It’s hard to put my experience into words. I can’t even explain how oppressed I felt while I was there,” said Tamimi after being freed. “I’m glad I ended up there for my beliefs and I’m ready to go to prison 100 more times if it serves the good of my country.”

How on earth did Tamimi survive those long, oppressive months in an Israeli prison? Surely this modern-day Jean Valjean has a harrowing tale of how she displayed unparalleled resilience in the face of adversity.

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