The Nazi occupation deprives 4,800 prisoners of the joy of Eid with their families


Gaza: The Nazi occupation authorities continue to detain 4,800 Palestinian prisoners in its prisons, including 39 female prisoners and 170 children.

In a report on the Nazi occasion of Eid Al Fitr, about 4800 Palestinian prisoners are being held by the occupation in its prisons, including prisoners of age, such as the prisoner Fouad Al-Shobaki, who has exceeded eighty years of age, and who suffers from various diseases, and the prisoner Mowaffaq Ain (75 years old) who suffers from cancer.

He stated that the Nazi occupation is holding 21 Arab prisoners in its Nazi detention Camps, and that all of them are Jordanian, some of them hold Jordanian citizenship, others are of Palestinian origin and have Jordanian national numbers. 

He pointed out that the prisoners are distributed in about 23 Nazi detention Camps, and the most prominent detention Nazi Camp. The Negev, Ramon, Nafha, Be’er Sheva, Hadarim, Ashkelon, Damon, Gilboa, Shatta, Ofer, Megiddo, Ramla, and Al-Mesquobiyeh. 

He explained that despite the harsh conditions of detention and the deprivation of prisoners, they receive Eid Al-Fitr and their view of him stems from two dimensions. The first is ideological and religious, and this makes the prisoner feel the joy of the Eid with joy and happiness as a great Islamic occasion of significance in the Sharia.

As for the other dimension, which is represented in the captive psyche in those moments with which he begins to turn the ribbon of memories, and he envisions himself between his family and his family, and he hopes that among them he will share with them the occasion and share with them joy, so that sadness and pain will increase.

And Ferwana also showed that more than 700 prisoners suffer from various diseases and need urgent medical intervention for them, among them 300 prisoners suffer from chronic and serious diseases.

He said that 541 prisoners among the Palestinian prisoners in Nazi Camps have been sentenced to life imprisonment (life) for one or several times, as the prisoner Abdullah Barghouti (48 years), who has been detained since March 5, 2003, is the highest ruling among them, as he was issued against him. They were sentenced to 67 life imprisonment.

In the Nazi occupation Camps, there are about 51 Palestinian prisoners held by the Nazi occupation for more than 20 years, including 26 prisoners held since before “Oslo” in 1993, and 14 prisoners who have been detained more than 30 years continuously. The oldest of them are the prisoners Karim and Maher Younis from the occupied interior. They have been detained since January 1983.

Farwana mentioned that there are dozens of prisoners held in prisons who were liberated in the Wafaa Al-Ahrar (Shalit) deal in 2011, and were re-arrested in 2014, they spent 20 years and even more than 30 over two periods, and the prisoner Nael Al-Barghouthi is considered the most spend years for two years as he spent nearly 40 years on two periods He is still in captivity.

The list of martyrs of the captive national movement rose from 1967 until the rise of the prisoner, Nour Jaber Al-Barghouthi, to 223 martyrs, as some of them were martyred after arrest and in prisons as a result of torture and medical negligence, or because of intentional killing and shooting while they are in Nazi Camps.

The Nazi occupation army are still holding the bodies of five of the captured martyrs who have risen in prisons at various times while they are; Anis Douleh who was martyred in Ashkelon Nazi Camp in 1980, Aziz Owaisat was killed in 2018, Fares Baroud, Nassar Taqatqa, Bassam Al-Sayeh, all three of them were martyred during the past year 2019.

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