Israeli occupation procrastinates in providing Kamamji with treatment
Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation says the Israeli occupation is procrastinating in providing prisoner Ayham Kamamji with the necessary treatment despite his critical health condition.
Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation indicated that isolated prisoner Ayham Kamamji's transfer to the hospital for medical examinations is still being delayed by the occupation prison's authorities, as he suffers from critical health conditions due to the severe beating on the head that he was subjected to during his re-arrest by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in 2021.
In a letter conveyed by Muhjat Al-Quds, Kamamji highlighted that he is facing provocations and harassment by the Israeli Prisons Administration and the units of oppression, adding that the so-called "Metzada Unit" raided his solitary confinement room in a violent and barbaric manner and pointed a weapon at his head.
It is worth mentioning that Kamamji, from the town of Kafr Dan in the Jenin Governorate in the northern West Bank, was arrested in 2006 by the IOF in Ramallah.
Palestinian Captive Movement dissolves organization before an open hunger strike
Earlier, the Supreme National Emergency Committee of the Palestinian Captive Movement announced entering a new phase of confrontation with the Israeli occupation by dissolving on Sunday the organization in all occupation prisons, in the last step of rebellion against the Israeli jailer and its decisions before the start of an open hunger strike, the date of which was set by the committee.
In the statement, the Committee explained that these steps were taken as a result of the Israeli occupation's intransigence in reversing its decisions related to the prisoner's arbitrary transfer in order to cover up its failure to handle Operation Freedom Tunnel last year.
The statement affirmed that these steps will escalate day by day until the Committee's demands are achieved, explaining that on Thursday, 1,000 prisoners will begin their open hunger strike and will be followed by other batches of prisoners in accordance with an agreed-upon mechanism organized by the Committee.
The statement called on the masses of the Palestinian people to support their prisoners by organizing demonstrations in front of international institutions and points of contact with the Israeli occupation.
The Supreme National Emergency Committee saluted prisoner Khalil Awawdeh, who has exceeded his 168th day in an open hunger strike, calling for an end to his arbitrary administrative detention after the Israeli occupation abandoned its obligations by refusing to release the prisoner more than once confirming its behavior, which is based on breaching agreements and obligations.
Watch | Despite his struggle to even talk, the #Palestinian hunger-striking prisoner #KhalilAwawdeh draws a smile on his face while talking to his wife.— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) August 20, 2022
The prisoner has been going on a hunger strike for more than 160 days now.#FreeThemAll #FreeKhalil pic.twitter.com/fUbClINrTD
The freedom of Awawdeh was one of the clauses of the Egyptian-mediated ceasefire between Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and the Israeli occupation, which took place earlier this week after several days of Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, killing dozens of Palestinian civilians and wounding hundreds of others.
Despite a serious deterioration in his health condition, #Palestinian prisoner #KhalilAwawdeh continues his open hunger strike in protest of the systematic arbitrary Israeli policy of administrative detention.#Palestine#FreeThemAll pic.twitter.com/DuJQFlVOf5— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) August 27, 2022
On August 19, an Israeli occupation Court issued an urgent decision to freeze the illegal administrative detention of Awawdeh due to his critical health condition and transferred him from Ramleh prison to the prison of "Asaf Harofeh" hospital.
Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons continue to implement their preliminary steps, refraining from undergoing security checks as an initial move and the last warning to the Israeli Prisons Authority to stop its attacks against prisoners and retract its decisions.