International campaign calling for the release of isolated prisoner Abu Sisi

[ PIC 17/10/2012 – 12:31 PM ]

LONDON, (PIC)– European Network for the Defense of the Palestinian prisoners’ rights launched an international campaign calling for the release of captive Dirar Abu Sisi.

Abu Sisi was kidnapped from the Ukraine on February 18, 2011, and had been held by the Israeli occupation authorities in solitary confinement in Ashkelon Prison.

The European Network has noted that it aims, through this campaign, to allow the voice of captive Dirar to reach the world, the decision-makers and the politicians, especially in the European continent from which he was kidnapped.

Prisoner Abu Sisi, 43, was kidnapped while he was traveling on train from the city of Kharkov to Kiev, in the Ukraine, and was then transferred to the Israeli prisons.

He is held in solitary confinement in Ashkelon, suffering from difficult psychological conditions as well as serious health problems and chronic conditions.

Abu Sisi was severely tortured and deprived of sleep during his interrogation, which lasted nearly 65 days. The occupation authorities have been also preventing his wife and his six children from visiting him or calling him since the moment of his arrest.

The European Network pointed out that the continuation of the isolation of prisoner Dirar Abu Sisi confirms that the occupation did not abide by the item on releasing all the prisoners from solitary confinement, in the Egyptian-brokered agreement between Palestinian captives and the Israeli occupation prison authority, in May .

The campaign called for prosecuting the occupation leaders and bodies responsible for this arrest and for the violation of the sanctity and the sovereignty of the European territories in European courts.



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