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Maysoon, left, and Saleh Manasra, parents of Ahmad Manasra, who has been imprisoned by Israel since he was 13 when he was was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison, after his older cousin stabbed two Israelis, pose for a portrait with their daughter, Sham, in their home in east Jerusalem, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. The 13 year-old Palestinian boy, whose case became a lighting rod for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seven years ago, is now a man languishing in solitary confinement and struggling with schizophrenia. This week, Israel's Supreme Court will decide on an appeal for his early release. (AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)

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Maysoon, right and Saleh Manasra, parents of Ahmad Manasra, who has been imprisoned by Israel since he was 13 when he was was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison, after his older cousin stabbed two Israelis, are interviewed in their home in east Jerusalem, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. The 13 year-old Palestinian boy, whose case became a lighting rod for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seven years ago, is now a man languishing in solitary confinement and struggling with schizophrenia. This week, Israel's Supreme Court will decide on an appeal for his early release. (AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)

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Maysoon Manasra carries a portrait of her son, Ahmad Manasra, who has been imprisoned by Israel since he was 13 when he was when he was was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison, after his older cousin stabbed two Israelis, with her daughter, Sham, in their home in east Jerusalem, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. The 13 year-old Palestinian boy, whose case became a lighting rod for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seven years ago, is now a man languishing in solitary confinement and struggling with schizophrenia. This week, Israel's Supreme Court will decide on an appeal for his early release. (AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)

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Sham Manasra holds a portrait of her older brother Ahmad Manasra, who has been imprisoned by Israel since he was 13 when he was was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison, after his older cousin stabbed two Israelis, in their family home in east Jerusalem, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. The 13 year-old Palestinian boy, whose case became a lighting rod for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seven years ago, is now a man languishing in solitary confinement and struggling with schizophrenia. This week, Israel's Supreme Court will decide on an appeal for his early release. (AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)

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Saleh and Maysoon Manasra, parents of Ahmad Manasra, who has been imprisoned by Israel since he was 13 when he was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison, after his older cousin stabbed two Israelis, pose for a portrait with their daughter, Sham, in their home in east Jerusalem, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. The 13 year-old Palestinian boy, whose case became a lighting rod for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seven years ago, is now a man languishing in solitary confinement and struggling with schizophrenia. This week, Israel's Supreme Court will decide on an appeal for his early release. (AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)