80 Palestinian Prisoners Protest in An-Naqab Prison
Dozens of prisoners in An-Naqab prison are protesting against the brutal, retributive measures imposed following the Gilboa prison breakout.
More than 80 Palestinian prisoners of the Islamic Jihad Movement held a sit-in in the yards of An-Naqab prison in occupied Palestine.
The Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation said in a statement that the prisoners are demanding to return to pre-September 9 conditions, that is, before the breakout from Gilboa prison.
The statement added that these demands come in light of their escalation against the Zionist prison authority, which mobilized its forces against the prisoners' uprisings.
Earlier, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club had confirmed that 100 prisoners of all factions in Ofer Prison will start a gradual strike on Monday in light of the prison administration reneging on its agreement of stopping the abusive and retributive measures against the prisoners, which it increased following the breakout from Gilboa Prison.
The Club then reported that the prisoners in the Israeli Ofer Prison have postponed their strike after the prison administration requested a reprieve from the prisoners for several days to respond to their demands.