#StopAD | Dirar Abu Sisi demands his release from Israeli solitary confinement

[ PIC 08/10/2012 – 09:59 PM ]

GAZA, (PIC)– Isolated captive Dirar Abu Sisi, deputy head of Gaza Power Plant, appealed to all officials to work on releasing him from solitary confinement, especially after the deterioration of his health.

This came in a message from Abu Sisi delivered by ex-prisoner Naseem Muslim, who was released one week ago from Israeli jails, during a protest in solidarity with isolated and hunger striking prisoners in occupation jails.

The protest was organized on Monday by Waed Society for prisoners and Ex-prisoners, in cooperation with the Islamic bloc in Palestinian universities, in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Gaza, and was attended by prisoners’ families and Palestinian university students.

Naseem Muslim said that he met the isolated detainee Abu Sisi, 43, in Ashkelon solitary confinement during his release procedures, noting that he has been suffering many illnesses.

Abu Sisi sent a message to Palestinian officials, calling on them to work on releasing him from solitary confinement as soon as possible and to oblige the occupation to abide to the agreement which was signed after the last mass hunger strike and provided for the closure of the isolation file.

The liberated prisoner also stressed on the prisoners’ unity and strength facing the aggressive attacks to which they have been exposed from time to time.

Among the participants in the event were members of the Jordanian Ansar convoy, which is currently visiting the Gaza Strip, and which expressed solidarity with the Palestinian cause in general and the prisoners’ issue in particular.

The Mossad kidnapped Abu Sisi on February 18, 2011 from the Ukraine and then transferred him to an Israeli prison on charge of developing arms for the Palestinian resistance.

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