Palestinian Captive Movement: Intifada against prisons will not stop
The Captive Movement in Israeli occupation prisons issues a statement in which it asserts that the intifada against the jailers has started and will only stop when the imprisoner stops the aggression.
The National Captive Movement in Israeli occupation prisons confirmed the continuation of the Intifada against the Israeli occupation prisons, which rejects the brutal aggression against the rights of Palestinian prisoners.
"The intifada against the prisons has begun and will only stop when the imprisoner stops his aggression or when we obtain our full freedom," the Captive Movement said in a statement.
The movement then called on the Palestinian people to "participate in solidarity gatherings, on Monday, in front of the red cross headquarters," and called on university students to "organize the largest marches to points of contact in all the provinces and universities of the homeland."
The Captive Movement concluded its statement by calling on Palestinian factions to "express national unity, embodied by prisoners in the castles of freedom and arenas of confrontation".
The Palestinian prisoners' movement in occupied Palestine declared Friday a "day of anger" against the decisions of the Israeli prison administration.
In a statement, the movement warned of an unprecedented stage of escalation that has not been seen for quite some time by the occupation’s prison system, adding that Palestinian prisoners protest Israeli collective punishment with “unprecedented' unity”.
On February 5, the Israeli occupation’s prison system has imposed new penalties on Palestinian prisoners, decreasing the time and number of prisoners allowed for yard time, in violation of prior agreements between Palestinian prisoners and the Israeli occupation’s authorities.