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Prisoners of DFLP Continue the Battle of Dignity in Israeli Prisons

A spokesman for the prisoners of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, in the Israeli occupation prisons, said that the prisoners of the Front have been continuing their hunger strike for 35 days, and at the forefront of them, is Wajdi Joudeh, a member of the DFLP Central Comitee, and a DFLP representative in the Israeli occupation prisons and detention centers, and also a member of the Strike Leading Committee, and who was transferred from the beginning of the strike on April 17th, to the solitary confinement in Jalameh prison, then to Ayalon prison in Ramle compound, and then to Eishel prison in Bir As-Sabaa (Beersheba).

The spokesman added, that the prisoners of DFLP, are still fighting the battle of freedom and dignity under the Strike Leading Committee, till achieving all the demands and rights of the captives movement.

He stressed that the captives movement is determined to continue its strategic steps regarding the strike, whatever the sacrifices, explaining that the prisoners are united in their conviction.

He also pointed out that prisoner Samer Al-Issawi, who has been on hunger strike since the beginning of this month, was transferred by Israeli prison authorities to the Ramleh prison clinic, after a sharp deterioration in his health.

And he finally added that the International Red Cross representatives were able to visit the prisoner Saad Yahya Dweikat, 19 years old, from Beita village, in south Nablus, and his family was informed that he is the youngest hunger striker and his health is deteriorating, noting that Dweikat has been detained since three years for his activity at the DFLP.

Central Information Office
May 21, 2017


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