Israeli Prisons Succumb to Pressure, End the Isolation of 26 PIJ Prisoners
The Muhjat al-Quds Foundation confirms that the Israeli Prison Authority has ended the isolation of 26 prisoners of the Islamic Jihad Movement as a result of the occupation's acquiescence to the prisoners' demands after they went on an open hunger strike.
The Muhjat al-Quds Foundation for Martyrs, Prisoners and Wounded confirmed on Monday that the Israeli occupation Prison Authority has ended the isolation of 26 prisoners of the Islamic Jihad Movement in the prisons of Askalan, Naqab, and Jalameh.
In a letter to the foundation, the Islamic Jihad prisoners stated that the Prison Authority continues to isolate six prisoners of the Freedom Tunnel: Mahmoud al-Ardah, Mohammad al-Ardah, Yaqoub Qadri, Ayham Kamamji, Zakaria al-Zubeidi, and Munadil Nafaat, who succeeded in gaining their freedom.
Muhjat al-Quds Foundation clarified that ending the isolation of the Islamic Jihad prisoners came as a result of the occupation's acquiescence to the prisoners' demands after they went on an open hunger strike.
The mass hunger strike was in protest of the occupation's punitive measures that targeted prisoners after the six liberated Gilboa prisoners were rearrested.
The foundation confirmed that after Operation Freedom Tunnel, the occupation's Prison Authority targeted prisoners with isolation, dispersion, and assault.