Israeli prison admin take precautions against anticipated retaliation
Occupation prison administration continues to close the sections to this day in anticipation of any operation that the prisoners may carry out against the wardens to avenge Khader Adnan.
The Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation for Prisoners and Martyrs announced today that prisoners of different Palestinian factions in the Israeli occupation prisons have abstained from going to the designated resting areas in solidarity with their PIJ compatriots who have been locked up in their rooms.
Muhjat confirmed that the occupation administration had closed off the sections of all PIJ prisoners: forbidding them from going out to clinics, moving between sections, and preventing them from mixing with the rest of the prisoners.
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The institution noted that the prison administration decision had come in response to whistle-blower warnings about potential operations by PIJ prisoners to avenge their late comrade Khader Adnan.
The Palestinian Prisoners' Club said that the prison administration "continues to close the sections to this day in anticipation of any operation that the prisoners may carry out against the wardens, and threatens to impose penalties on them in the event that there is no commitment from the prisoners to stop the threats announced by them."
Khader Adnan a prominent PIJ leader was martyred earlier this week at age 44, following an 87-day hunger strike in protest of his arbitrary arrest, as the occupation kept him detained in the Ramla prison clinic.
Adnan remained for 87 days in a small cell in the Ramla prison clinic, waging a fierce Battle of Empty Stomachs, during which his wife traveled from one governorate to another, from one event to another, from radio to television or any media outlet, seeking any opportunity to highlight her husband's suffering and conveying to the public the developments of his strike.
Yesterday, Palestinian prisoners in the Megiddo prison held two Israeli occupation prison guards hostages in section 10, cell number seven.
The Ministry of Detainees underlined that it was following up on what was happening in Megiddo prison, and stressed the right of prisoners to respond to any attacks against them, warning against the commitment of any blunders against them.
The Israeli occupation completely shut down the prison, with large forces armed with all kinds of weapons storming the prison. Israeli media said the event taking place at the prison was "very serious".