#PalHunger | Sit-in in solidarity with the striker prisoners in Tunisia

[ PIC 18/12/2012 – 12:01 AM ]

TUNISIA, (PIC)– The Tunisian Association to Support Palestine has organized, on Monday in Sousse Coast, Tunisia, a sit-in in solidarity with the Palestinian hunger strikers in parallel with the electronic media campaign in support of hunger striking prisoners in Israeli jails.

The sit-in was attended by the liberated prisoner Mahmoud Sarsak, who had gone in hunger strike for 96 days until his release.

Sarsak stressed in his speech on the need for more solidarity events in support of the prisoners’ issue that reflect the prisoners’ suffering.

The representative of the Tunisian organization also called for achieving a Palestinian unity to support the Palestinian constants including the prisoners’ issue.

A journal published by Adalah, Physicians for Human Rights-Israel and Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights | June 26, 2012

“On Torture” is an edited volume of essays by Palestinian, Israeli and international legal and medical experts and practitioners based on presentations that they gave during a workshop held in Jerusalem in April 2011 entitled, “Securing Accountability for Torture and Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment (CIDT) in Israel: New Trends and Comparative Lessons”.

The essayists explore the history of torture in Israel, the daily challenges that practitioners face in seeking accountability for torture and CIDT in Israel, and the changing face of torture.


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