Al-Qawasma: Israeli Court Decision to Suspend My Detention Is Meaningless
Palestinian prisoner, Miqdad al-Qawasma, continues his hunger strike and says, "I want to go back to my family and friends and end this unjust sentence against me."
Palestinian prisoner Miqdad al-Qawasma said that the Israeli court's decision to suspend his arrest is meaningless and that he will wait for the decision of releasing him.
In a video clip recorded when his parents were allowed to visit him in Kaplan Hospital, al-Qawasma said that he will continue his hunger strike, even if that meant he had to stop drinking water.
Physicians have notified al-Qawasma that he is now in a critical condition and can go into cardiac arrest at any moment, adding that he only wants to "return to my family and friends and end this unjust sentence against me."
The prisoner's life has been in severe danger for days now, according to international organizations and others concerned with prisoner affairs, as a result of his continued hunger strike and his refusal to take any food supplements.
Israeli occupation forces storm several West Bank neighborhoods
Local Palestinian sources reported that occupation forces stormed into a Nablus neighborhood, where Palestinians confronted them, leading to a shootout between the two sides. The IOF also stormed the two towns of Beita and Tell, in south Nablus.