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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Adnan: Israeli intelligence demoralize captives’ families

Al Qassam Website 12-05-2012,08:00 JENIN – Former administrative detainee and Islamic Jihad leader, Sheikh Khader Adnan warned against dealing with phone calls from anonymous callers to families of captives, because the Israeli intelligence is behind such calls. Sheikh Adnan said on Friday evening: “Occupation intelligence call captives’ families from private numbers, the source of which […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Palestinian prisoners escalate hunger strike in Israel prisons

12-05-2012,08:12 Al-Qassam Website GAZA (Agencies) – Hundreds of Palestinians on hunger strike in Israeli jails said on Friday they would shun vitamin supplements and prison clinics in an escalation of their mass protest against detention conditions. “We swear we will not retreat. We are potential martyrs. Either we live in dignity or die,” prisoner organisers […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Undercover troops threw stones at soldiers during nonviolent demos, Commander admits

Saturday May 12, 2012 09:14 by IMEMC Staff – IMEMC & Agencies The commander of an elite Israeli undercover unit has admitted that soldiers dressed up as Palestinians and threw stones at Israeli soldiers during non-violent demonstrations beginning in 2005, in the village of Bil’in in the central West Bank. Undercover Israeli officer arresting Palestinian […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Haniyeh: Prisoners have reunited Palestinians

Maan News Agency | May 12, 2012 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh on Friday said prisoners had reunited the Palestinian people and would soon achieve victory in their mass hunger strike. “We are on the brink of victory in the prisoners’ strike, and we are ready and willing to sacrifice for […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Fighting Israeli detention, Palestinians resort to hunger strike

Ayman Mohyeldin, NBC News, May 12, 2012 Few people in the West would recognize the names Bilal Diab or Thaer Halahleh.After all, they didn’t seek refuge in an American embassy beyond the reach of a repressive government or publicly decry the behavior of America’s adversaries. However, their names have become a rallying cry for human […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Hunger Strikes Highlight Israeli Injustice ~ by Stephen Lendman

Indy Bay Media | Stephen Lendman | May 13, 2012 Israel treats Palestinian prisoners horrifically. Cruel and unusual punishment is policy. Detention conditions include torture, intimidation, and other abusive practices.Hunger strikes first began in 1968. Nablus Prison detainees initiated them. Numerous others followed. At issue is abusive treatment and appalling prison conditions. Medical neglect causes […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Why the PA is afraid of the “intifada in Israeli jails”

  Al Qassam Brigade | 12-05-2012,13:48 By Linah Alsaafin from Palestine: On Thursday, May 10th, word traveled around that Palestinian Authority de facto president Mahmoud Abbas was coming to the prisoners’ solidarity tent in al-Bireh, near the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah, at 6pm. As I explained in this week’s Electronic Intifada podcast, this […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid ▶ Aruri to PIC: Breakthrough expected in prisoners’ issue

[ PIC 12/05/2012 – 03:15 PM ] CAIRO, (PIC)– Saleh Al-Aruri, political bureau member of Hamas, told the PIC on Saturday that a breakthrough was in the offing in the case of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike. He said that following Hamas contacts with Cairo, the Egyptian authorities held intensified contacts with Israel regarding the […]

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#75DaysVsApartheid | Palestinians escalate hunger-strike in Israel jails

(Public Broadcasting 2012-05-11) Palestinians hold portraits of their relatives held in Israeli jails during a protest in East Jerusalem (Reuters) – By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) – Hundreds of Palestinians on hunger strike in Israeli jails said on Friday they would shun vitamin supplements and prison clinics in an escalation of their mass protest against […]

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