GAZA, (PIC)– The deputy director of the Gaza Power Plant, Dirar Abu Sissi, the only isolated prisoner in Israeli jails, confirmed that the prison administration has tightened its measures in isolating him since the recent aggression on Gaza.
The Israeli intelligence service Mossad had kidnapped Abu Sissi, 44, in 2011 from Ukraine where he had been applying for citizenship to enable his family to leave Gaza, as his wife is Ukrainian. He was transferred to the occupied Palestinian territories and held in solitary confinement.
The occupation authorities refused to end Abu Sissi’s isolation despite the fact that they agreed to end all the prisoners’ isolation after April strike, for fear of revealing the mysteries of his abduction process.
Abu Sissi said in a letter from his solitary confinement in Ashkelon prison that his condition is very difficult, especially after the recent aggression on Gaza.
Abu Sissi is accused of developing resistance missiles that reached during the recent aggression on Gaza in November to the cities of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
He said that he suffers from the cold weather and that he asked for a hat but the prison authorities, which refused to allow in winter cloths and blankets for Palestinian prisoner have so far failed to provide him with a hat to keep his head warm.
Abu Sisi said that the Israeli Supreme Court rejected his appeal to be brought out of isolation, expressing hope that this year would witness relief for all those in distress.
Abu Sissi stressed on his high spirits despite the isolation bitter conditions, “While I was with other prisoners on hunger strike I was always saying that we will never leave any one in isolation but I didn’t know that I will be the one who will remain in isolation,” he said.