The prisoners decide to continue their struggle until their demands are fully met


Ramallah WAFA - The Prisoners Club confirmed this evening, Thursday, that the prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons have decided to continue their struggle steps that have continued for 26 days.


This came after a dialogue session that ended today with the prisons administration, the results of which were represented in the administration’s partial retraction of some of its announced procedures, specifically with regard to the “Fora” system - the prison yard, but it refused to respond to the demands of the prisoners of “Nafha” prison related to electronic gates and inspection, which is One of the basic demands in the current battle.

The Prisoner Club added, in a statement, that in light of this, the prisoners informed the prison administration that they would continue their steps of disobedience and rebellion against the prison laws, until their demands were fully and radically met, specifically the demand related to the issue of prisoners of "Nafha" prison.

The prisoners also decided that if the administration continued its current position, they would announce an open hunger strike on 25 March.
In this context, the Prisoners' Club stressed that this declared position emerged from all factions, represented by the Higher National Emergency Committee for Prisoners, which was formed following the measures imposed by the prison administration after the date of the process of extorting six prisoners from "Gilboa" prison .

It is noteworthy that the prisoners are facing a double and systematic attack aimed at robbing them of their historical achievements, as the prison administration began this attack by targeting the prisoner’s exit system to the “Fora” prison yard to impose more control and oversight on them, knowing that the occupation prisons administration has never stopped targeting the prisoners’ achievements. Over the past decades, prisoners have fought hundreds of battles to preserve it.

The Prisoner's Club called for the continuation of the activities supporting the prisoners in their battle until their demands are fulfilled, and to support them with what befits their sacrifices.

It is noteworthy that the number of prisoners in the occupation prisons is about 4,500, including 34 female prisoners, and about 180 children.

The people of Sheikh Jarrah: We adhere to our right and we will continue our struggle to establish our ownership of our homes and sweep the settlers  Jerusalem WAFA - The defense team of the residents of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem, and the neighborhood families, affirmed their adherence to their right, and their determination to move forward with their struggle until their ownership of their homes is established and the settlers from the neighborhood are swept away.  This came during a press conference held today, Thursday, in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied Jerusalem, regarding the fate of four families from the neighborhood, (cobbler, Al-Kurd, Al-Qasim, Al-Jaouni).  Lawyer Husni Abu Hussein, who represents the families of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, said that the Israeli occupation court submitted to the families' appeal, and canceled all eviction decisions regarding the four families.  Abu Hussein added: "After obtaining official documents from the Ottoman Archives and the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on April 29, 2021, the Israeli Occupation Court accepted the appeal, and we submitted documents that included evidence that the Jordanian government had given these lands to Palestinian refugees in 1966, but it was not able to Documenting it because of the war in 1967.”  In turn, lawyer Sami Irsheed, the advocate for the families of Sheikh Jarrah, said that the families that will be included in the appeal will pay a sum of money of 2,400 shekels annually, and this amount will be deposited in the account of the settlement attorney, until the decision of ownership of the land is taken by the so-called Central Court empowered to make this decision. Provided that these amounts are transferred later after the ownership of the land is proven to the owners of the property.  Lawyer Irsheed valued the steadfastness of the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and the public support for the neighborhood's cause, which contributed to extracting this decision by the Supreme Court.  For his part, the spokesman for the families, Nabil Al-Kurd, expressed his thanks to the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Jerusalem Affairs, the Jordanian government, and the International Relief Agency for their contribution in providing the required documents to Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.  It is noteworthy that the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood have been in a legal conflict with the settlement associations since 1976.

The people of Sheikh Jarrah: We adhere to our right and we will continue our struggle to establish our ownership of our homes and sweep the settlers


Jerusalem WAFA - The defense team of the residents of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem, and the neighborhood families, affirmed their adherence to their right, and their determination to move forward with their struggle until their ownership of their homes is established and the settlers from the neighborhood are swept away.

This came during a press conference held today, Thursday, in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied Jerusalem, regarding the fate of four families from the neighborhood, (cobbler, Al-Kurd, Al-Qasim, Al-Jaouni).

Lawyer Husni Abu Hussein, who represents the families of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, said that the Israeli occupation court submitted to the families' appeal, and canceled all eviction decisions regarding the four families.

Abu Hussein added: "After obtaining official documents from the Ottoman Archives and the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on April 29, 2021, the Israeli Occupation Court accepted the appeal, and we submitted documents that included evidence that the Jordanian government had given these lands to Palestinian refugees in 1966, but it was not able to Documenting it because of the war in 1967.”

In turn, lawyer Sami Irsheed, the advocate for the families of Sheikh Jarrah, said that the families that will be included in the appeal will pay a sum of money of 2,400 shekels annually, and this amount will be deposited in the account of the settlement attorney, until the decision of ownership of the land is taken by the so-called Central Court empowered to make this decision. Provided that these amounts are transferred later after the ownership of the land is proven to the owners of the property.

Lawyer Irsheed valued the steadfastness of the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and the public support for the neighborhood's cause, which contributed to extracting this decision by the Supreme Court.

For his part, the spokesman for the families, Nabil Al-Kurd, expressed his thanks to the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Jerusalem Affairs, the Jordanian government, and the International Relief Agency for their contribution in providing the required documents to Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.

It is noteworthy that the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood have been in a legal conflict with the settlement associations since 1976.
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