Sharawna: capturing Israeli soldiers is the only way to release prisoners

Note from occpal: Previously by Israel released prisoners received a Presidential Pardon of Peres. Also called Amnesty or Clemency by law to restore ones civil rights and being totally pardoned for the (alleged) crimes if even in the case of Palestinians’ ever charged before at all. Re-arresting pardoned prisoners (also from the Wafa al Ahrar deal) without any charge is a severe violation of human rights.


[ PIC 20/03/2013 – 11:13 AM ]

images_News_2013_03_20_sharawna-gaza_300_0[1]GAZA, (PIC)– The Palestinian liberated prisoner Ayman Sharawna said that negotiations between him and the occupation to stop his hunger strike without his release all failed

Sharawna arrived on Sunday to the Gaza Strip after accepting an Israeli offer to be banished to Gaza for 10 years

The occupation has presented several offers to stop the strike but I refused them due to their tight conditions in order to remove the 28-year sentence, Sharawna told PIC reporter on Tuesday.

The occupation forces had re-arrested Sharawna few months after his release in the Shalit deal, imposing his previous sentence on him, leading him to declare a hunger strike.

Sharawna stated that the occupation exercised all pressure methods to undermine his strike, but he stayed patient until his release.

He pointed out that the Israeli occupation has committed two crimes against him, the first was his re-arrest after his release in Wafa al-Ahrar deal and the other was his deportation to the Gaza Strip following his release.

Sharawna stated that his will has triumphed over the occupation through a hunger strike that lasted for 261 days, saying that his hunger strike came to protect the liberated prisoners from the West Bank from being re-arrested, and as an appreciation for the blood of the martyrs of the Gaza Strip over the past years.

The Israeli deal was to deport me to Gaza on condition not to let me out, but I succeeded to reduce the conditions and to travel from Gaza whenever and wherever I want, Sharawna added.

Regarding prisoners’ situation, Sharawna confirmed that they are subjected to severe violations by the IPS, especially those who have spent many years in Israeli jails, stressing that negotiation to free the prisoners have failed for years, and only through resistance and capturing Israeli soldiers we could liberate all prisoners.

Sharawna greeted the Gazan people from their warm reception that reflects the prisoners’ victory in Israeli jails.

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