While Ayman Sharawna was forcibly deported to Gaza for ten years in exchange for his release, Samer Issawi issues a statement on deportation showing his refusal of this policy under any circumstances. Read more about Exile in Gaza is not the victory we want for our heroic prisoners
Palestine from My Eyes
Medical neglect is one of the major brutal policies the Israeli Prison Service practices intentionally against Palestinian political prisoners. Read more about Will Samer Issawi be the next victim of medical neglect by the Israeli Prison Service?
On the anniversary of Balfour declaration, Mahmoud Abbas came with another declaration competing with Balfour’s. This is my reflections on both. Read more about Despite Abbas and Balfour, we will return to our homes in Palestine
Samer al-Barq may have only minutes to live, his father explains in a telephone call with The Electronic Intifada blogger Shahd Abusalama. Read more about "Every minute matters" for gravely ill hunger striker Samer al-Barq, says father
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
Shahd Abusalama meets the hunger striker Akram Rikhawi’s desperately worried family in Rafah, as his hunger strike passes 100 days. Read more about “Are they waiting for him to return in a coffin?”: Akram Rikhawi's family urges action from Gaza
Last Friday, I had the honor to meet with Mahmoud Sarsak, the ex-detainee Palestinian football player was bravely on a hunger strike for three months. Read more about Meeting Mahmoud Sarsak: "It's not my victory, it's yours"
The author writes this article while sitting in the darkness during the a Gaza power cut and, with the inspiration of Mahmoud Darwish’s words, remembers the Palestinian political detainees, especially Dirar Abu Sisi and Mahmoud Sarsak. Read more about Think of Others: In Gaza's darkness, Mahmoud Darwish's words provide inspiration
Samer Abu Seir’s mother passed away this morning. Samer was to get engaged this evening to make his mother happy before she died but destiny stood against his intentions. Read more about An ex-prisoner's engagement day turns into a funeral for his beloved mother
My father was detained in Israel’s prisons for 15 years in total. Read more about "Graves for the living": my father's memories of an Israeli jail
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