The wife of the Palestinian prisoner, who is pregnant with smuggled semen, like it
Danial Tahayneh, born from a sperm smuggled out of prison.
JENIN, 25 August 2018 (WAFA) – Palestinian prisoner in Israeli prisons, Mohammad Mutaib Tahayneh, from the village of Silat al-Harthiyeh, west of the city of Jenin, on the north-west bank of the city, married Saturday after she was made up her husband's imprisoned sperm was smuggled out of prison, according to the Tahayneh family.
The wife of Tahayneh, Rasha, underwent IVF treatment in a fertility center in the occupied West Bank and the procedure was a success. She delivered a healthy baby boy to the specialized Arab hospital in Nablus, the family said. The boy was called Danial.
Tahayneh serves 19 years in Israeli prisons and has spent 16 years of his punishment.
Several Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons have resorted to smuggling sperm from prisons to become fathers.
Women of the prisoners received support for the procedure after the religious council of the Palestinian Authority had proclaimed the IVF treatment allowed for the women of prisoners.