Tag Archives: Hassan Safadi

#PalHunger | Prisoners Safadi, al-Barq suspend their hunger strike

[ PIC 24/09/2012 – 09:44 AM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The two Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jail Samer al-Barq and Hassan Safadi have suspended their long-term hunger strikes expecting upcoming release. The lawyer of the Palestinian prisoners society, Jawad Boulus, said he visited Samir al-Barq and Hasan Safadi on Sunday, and confirmed the two prisoners had […]

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#PalHunger | Imminent danger to lives of hunger strikers Samer Al-Barq and Hassan Safadi

By Addameer, Al-Haq and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-IL)    International Solidarity Movement, West Bank (updated Sep 4, 2012)   Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, Al-Haq and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-IL) fear for the lives of the three remaining Palestinian hunger strikers held by Israel. Of utmost concern are the health conditions […]

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#PalHunger | Palestinian hunger strikers Samer Al-Barq, Hassan Safadi and Ayman Sharawna near death: NGOs

Al Akhbar English | Monday, September 3, 2012 Three Palestinian hunger strikers being held in Israeli prison have become too weak to stand on their own and may soon die, according to a coalition of rights groups citing medics. The prisoners, Samer Al-Barq, Hassan Safadi and Ayman Sharawna have been refusing food to protest their […]

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#PalHunger | Israeli Prison Service Mistreats Palestinian Striking Prisoners in Israeli Jail

PNN | Aug 15, 2012 The Palestinian prisoner Hassan Safadi, who has been on hunger strike since 21/6/2012 announced on Wednesday 15th August, that he will also stop drinking water after the last assault by Israeli Prison Service against him and the prisoner Samer al-Barq. Al-Safadi is striking against the broken promise of the Israeli […]

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#PalHunger | Ofer court postpones Hassan Safadi’s trial

[ PIC 10/08/2012 – 02:38 PM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Ofer military court decided on Thursday to postpone detainee Hassan Safadi’s trial who has been on hunger strike for 46 days. A hearing was held concerning the agreement conducted between the Palestinian hunger strikers and the Israeli prison administration which stipulated among other things their […]

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#PalHunger | Hunger strikers Samer al-Barq and Hassan Safadi severely assaulted by Israeli prison authorities

Maan News Agency | Aug 2, 2012 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Israeli prison authorities on Wednesday assaulted two prisoners on hunger strike, a lawyer from the Palestinian Prisoners Society said. Jawad Boulos said that hunger strikers Samer al-Barq and Hassan Safadi had both been severely assaulted, after a visit to Ramle prison clinic on Wednesday. “At […]

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Our Father is DYING – Your Silence is HELPING | Act 4 #AkramRikhawi #SamerAlBarq #HassanSafadi

#PalHunger | AL-RIKHAWI AT IMMEDIATE RISK OF DEATH NOW – ACT NOW! IN SOLIDARITY WITH FREEDOM FIGHTER #AkramRikhawi , 92 DAYS ON HUNGER STRIKE (CRITICAL CONDITION) – He has diabetes, asthma & osteoporosis. – Al-Rekhawi has been on hunger strike since April 12 and has refused vitamins and fluids through an IV IN SOLIDARITY WITH […]

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#PalHunger | Occupation violates agreement, renews administrative detention of Hassan Safadi

[ 22/06/2012 – 09:28 PM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– According to Tadamon Foundation for Human Rights, the Israeli occupation authorities issued on Thursday a decision on renewing prisoner Hassan Zahi Al-Safadi’s period of detention for additional 6 months. Faris Abu Hassan, the lawyer for Tadamon Foundation, said that the Israeli military commander, at the request of […]

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#PalHunger | Detainee Hassan Safadi continues his hunger strike for the 63 days

[ PIC 07/05/2012 – 07:34 PM ] NABLUS,(PIC)– Mahmoud Hassan, the lawyer of Addameer Foundation for Prisoners and Human Rights, met, on Sunday in Ramla prison hospital, the detainee Hassan Safadi who has been on hunger strike for 63 days. Safadi, who came to the visit on a wheelchair because of his deteriorating health, told […]

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