Palestinian administrative prisoners to go on open hunger strike
The Administrative Prisoners' Committee inside the Israeli Occupation prisons continues its preparations to begin the hunger-strike battle dubbed the "Revolution for Freedom...the Administrative Prisoners Intifada", which will include hundreds of administrative prisoners despite, Israeli threats.
The Ministry of Prisoners and Liberated Prisoners confirmed, on Sunday, that the Administrative Prisoners Committee inside the Israeli Occupation prisons continued its preparations for the start of a battle called "Revolution for Freedom.. Administrative Prisoners' Intifada", set to begin as early as next Sunday.
For the most part, falsely detained Palestinians have been designated as administrative prisoners. Hundreds of those administrative prisoners will take part in the upcoming open hunger strike.
The Ministry added further that the administration of the occupation prisons launched a counter-campaign in an attempt to thwart the hunger-strike movement of administrative prisoners and threatened them with a number of harsh penalties.
The Occupation has also offered some prisoners fake promises of release in exchange for not participating in the upcoming hunger strike.
Primarily, administrative prisoners sought, through this movement, to end their arbitrary detention which now included about 1,100 detainees. Moreover, another 1,300 administrative detention decisions had been issued since the beginning of 2023; a number unprecedented over the past few months.
The Ministry also stressed the importance of the movement and the popular support it receives across the board from occupied Palestine to the world given that hunger strikes have proved to have a significant impact on shortening the time of administrative detentions, ensuring that prisoners achieve their goals and attain their freedom.
The Israeli Occupation has often used the pretext of administrative detention to sow fear amongst Palestinian youth and attempt to contain the uprisings and liberation movements through the detention of Palestinians under false and illegal pretexts.
Waed Association: Israeli Occupation seeks revenge against Walid Daqqa
Furthermore, the Waed Prisoners' Affairs Association reported, on Saturday, that Walid Daqqa's health continues to deteriorate as he remains bedridden at the Ramla Prison clinic as the Israeli Occupation rejected, once again, all efforts to release Daqqa, who had hopes of spending his final days outside the prison.
"The occupation's insistence on rejecting all solutions comes in a clear context of vengeance against the prisoner Daqqa and settling their account with him."
The association indicated that 17 prisoners in the Ramla Prison are currently ill and suffering from chronic illnesses. It also noted that adding Palestinian prisoner Asif Al-Rifai has been one of the most serious cases where cancer had spread throughout his body last month.
Daqqa's condition worsened as cancer spread throughout his entire body. However, Daqqa's health has worsened given the systematic medical neglect policy imposed by the Israeli Occupation. It is worth noting that Sheikh Khader Adnan was martyred in May due to the systematic medical neglect policies imposed by the Israeli Occupation.
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