Three women injured by IOF during a demonstration in solidarity with Shalabi

[ PIC 23/03/2012 – 09:57 PM ]

WEST BANK, (PIC) — Three Palestinian women suffered bruising when IOF troops assaulted participants in the Ma’sara protest in solidarity with Hana’ al-Shalabi who is on hunger strike in occupation jails. The protesters also said they wanted to highlight the suffering of Palestinian mothers and women in general.

Muhammad Buraija, the coordinator of the popular committee in Ma’sara said that the IOF quelled the weekly protest when protestors headed to the apartheid wall carrying Palestinian flags and chanted slogans in solidarity with Hana’ al-Shalabi and stopped the protestors, mostly women, from advancing.

In al-Khalil, the Friday prayers were held in the open near the Arabaeen Mosque in Tel Rumaida at the centre of the city, to express solidarity with Palestinian captives in occupation jails.

The committee to defend al-Khalil and the popular committee against the wall and settlements called for Friday prayers at the protest tent where activists are protesting the occupation’s administrative detention policy and in solidarity with Palestinian captives on hunger strike in occupation jails, the protest is held under the slogan “O’ Khalil be strong, our captives’ night has been long.”

Spokesman for al-Khalil defence committee, Adnan Da’na said that the sit in at the protest tent was held to raise voices and muster support for the struggle against administrative detention policy, to express solidarity with the captives and to express solidarity with Hana’ al-Shalabi who enters her 37th day of “hunger strike for dignity and against administrative detention.”

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