Palestinian prisoner Muhammad Brash suffers severe disabilities due to injuries. His story – and moving words – case heartbreaking light on the medical neglect of prisoners in Israeli jails. Read more about 'Don't tell my mother that I am blind': Muhammad Brash grasps for light in the darkness of Israeli jail
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An ex-detainee Loai Odeh has taken writing as a way to express himself as one who has had enough of Israel’s brutality. This is my translation of Loai’s diaries of hunger strike that he wrote as Facebook status updates recalling his experience in Israel’s jails. Read more about Hunger strike diaries: the fate of Palestinian political prisoners is "our shared responsibility"
What is it like to be on hunger strike? Loai Odeh is a former prisoner and hunger-striker. This is my translation of the diaries of he wrote about his experience. Read more about "The first day is the hardest": Ex-prisoner Loai Odeh's hunger strike diary
After Khader Adnan and Hana al-Shalabi have struck a blow for freedom with their willpower, more heroes have arisen behind bars. Bilal Diab and Thaer Halahla have been on hunger strike since 29 February — 55 days so far. Read more about Palestinian detainees' empty stomachs are stronger than their jailers
South African human rights defender and anti-apartheid activist, Ghadija Vallie, shares the lessons learned from resistance in apartheid South Africa, particularly involving political prisoners. Read more about Lesson from South Africa for Palestine: Support the political prisoners