Palestinian prisoners announce major upcoming battle against Ben-Gvir
The Palestinian prisoners sent a letter calling on the nation to prepare to support their movement and for crowds to gather in all areas of occupied Palestine.
Palestinian prisoners sent a message from inside the Israeli occupation prisons asking their citizens to prepare to wage a major battle against the oppression of the Israeli Minister of Police Itamar Ben-Gvir.
In their message, the prisoners stressed their readiness for all possibilities and called for Palestinians to protest in different areas of the occupied land.
In their message, the prisoners indicated that "the Minister of police in the extremist occupation government, Ben-Gvir, is working on stifling the prisoners by depriving us of all the gains that we have achieved through great struggles and long sacrifices during which martyrs have fallen, and he [Ben-Gvir] is taking punitive measures against us, which we cannot allow."
The prisoners called on the Palestinian people to support them and stand with them in their strategic and decisive battle, which they intend to launch on March 21, noting that "choosing this date is not a coincidence, as it is the date of the victory of our movement and our revolution over this occupier in the battle of dignity."
They stated that they are currently coordinating with each other to prepare for this battle, which will be titled "Freedom for Al-Aqsa and the Prisoners."
Ben-Gvir announced earlier in January that he was proceeding with his plan to adopt a law imposing the death penalty on prisoners accused of killing occupation settlers or attempting to kill them and revealed that he had visited Nafha prison, which is considered one of the most severe and cruel Israeli prisons.
Palestinian prisoners live in oppressive and difficult conditions in Israeli prisons, especially in the winter, when extreme cold increases, which causes the prisoners to further suffer inside prisons as a result of the violations practiced by the Israeli occupation against them and preventing them from their most basic right to heating.
On February 2, Israeli media reported that the security services are warning against volatile conditions in Israeli prisons, in light of the harsh treatment of Palestinian prisoners.
The military affairs commentator on the Israeli channel Kan, Roi Sharon, quoted a security source as saying, "The strictness regarding the conditions of the prisoners must be implemented cautiously, gradually, and by taking organized decisions."
"The rational fear now is harming the conditions of the prisoners, which will lead to unifying the [Palestinian] front just as what happened in Operation Guardian of the Walls where the fronts in Gaza, East Al-Quds, and the West Bank were all linked in one battle."