Meeting with his family in Ramadan

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Nazi occupied Qalqilya: The family of the captive Erbakan Tabasiya was eagerly waiting for Ramadan this year to gather with him on one iftar table after months of deprivation.

“But the occupation’s policy of restricting the prisoners will postpone this joy after canceling Al-Manhalit and postponing his release for a month and a half, which will prevent us from meeting with him at our table in Ramadan on our table and from the Eid prayer in freedom,” says his brother Ragheed Tabisah to “Quds Al-Akhbariya”.

The Nazi Occupation Prisons Administration recently stopped calculating “Al-Manhalia”, which is reducing the period of the prisoner’s sentence.

Regarding the atmosphere of the month of Ramadan in which the family lives in the absence of Erbakan, Ragheed says: “This third Ramadan, which we spend, and the place of Erbakan at the iftar table are empty every day. We miss the joyful atmosphere that he gave in the last hours of fasting, and we invite him to the near vulva.”

He adds: “Every day while we are having breakfast, my mom says that Erbakan loves or does not like this food.”

The Nazi occupation forces arrest Erbakan, his maternal uncle Musa Sway and his cousin, Osama Sabry, which increases the suffering of the family.

Ragheed says: “After the Tarawih prayer, everyone gets together, but the evening will be incomplete in the absence of Erbakan and my uncle Musa, and my cousin Osama, and in the state of joy my mother, my aunt and my uncle’s wife remember the absence of the closest people to them, which suffers the warmth of any meeting.”

“In Ramadan, I and Erbakan used to spend special times, especially after the Tarawih prayer, playing video games and watching football matches until dawn in an atmosphere full of laughter and love,” Ragheed said.

Ragheed shared with his brother Arbakan the suffering of detention for several months, and on those days he says: “When we were together in prison, this sometimes eased the cruelty of families, but it was often painful especially when we felt unable to protect any of us from what we and other prisoners of Brutality and abuse. “

He added: “We lived in one room and shared everything, we practiced morning sports, we eat, we learn and play tennis and volleyball, we listen to the prisoners’ programs and watch TV.”

“On the day of my liberation, he tried to stay close to me until it came time to get out of the detention. He embraced us and our eyes were torn. The pain of his separation exceeded the joy of liberation,” Ragheed added.

It is noteworthy that the prisoner Erbakan Tabasia, from the city of Qalqilya, has been detained by the occupation since 2018, and is serving a 32-month prison sentence.#

The Nazi occupation decides to hand over the body of the martyr Nour Al-Barghouthi this evening

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The Nazi occupation authorities decided to hand over the body of the martyr, captive Nur Al-Barghouthi, to his relatives this evening Sunday.

In a statement, the Prisoners and Editors Affairs Authority stated that after the autopsy of the martyr Al-Barghouthi at the Institute of Forensic Medicine (Abu Kabir), with the participation of the Palestinian doctor Ashraf al-Qadi and the lawyer of the authority, the occupation authorities decided to hand over the body this evening.

It is noteworthy that the martyr is from the town of Aboud, Ramallah district, and he was serving an eight-year prison sentence and has been detained for four years. 

The prisoner, Nour Al-Barghouthi was killed on April 21, after he was subjected to severe fainting while in the bathroom in Section 25 of the Negev Nazi Camp.

According to the Prisoners Club, the prison administration was late in transporting and revitalizing the prisoner, as I attended more than half an hour after the incident of unconsciousness, and responded after the enlargements and screams of the prisoners in the department. 

It is noteworthy that the number of martyrs of the captive movement rose to 223 martyrs since 1967, after the death of the prisoner, Barghouti.

The Nazi occupation authorities are still holding five bodies of the martyrs prisoners, namely: Anis Dawla who was martyred in Ashkelon prison in 1980, Aziz Owaisat, who was martyred in 2018, Faris Baroud, Nassar Taqatqa and Bassam Al-Sayeh, all three of whom were martyred during the past year 2019.

Fifty days since the isolation of the two prisoners, Omar Kharwat and Hatim Al-Qawasmeh


Nazi occupied Ramallah: The Nazi Occupation Prisons Administration has continued to isolate two prisoners from the Fatah movement’s regulatory body in Raymond Prison, for more than fifty days.

The Prisoners Club stated that the Prison Administration continues to isolate the two prisoners; Omar Kharwat, who has been sentenced to four years’ life imprisonment, and who has been detained since 2002, and who has been detained in the isolation of Megiddo Prison, Hatim Al-Qawasmeh, who has been sentenced to the same period and detained since 2003, and who is detained in isolation of the Gilboa Prison Until the two prisoners from Hebron.

He pointed out that what increases the suffering of the isolated prisoners during this period and the spread of the epidemic, is the stop of visits by lawyers, which are for them the only way to communicate with the outside world, where the prison administration holds them in cells that are not suitable for human life, and places them in a double level of isolation. 

It is noteworthy that, since the beginning of this year, the prison administration escalated the isolation operations and targeted a number of prisoners in the regulatory bodies, and a number of them were subjected to investigation.

It is noteworthy that the occupation authorities are holding about five thousand male and female prisoners in its prisons, among them 180 minor children and about 700 sick prisoners.

With video Funeral of the body of the martyr, captive Nur Al-Barghouthi


A number of Palestinians were arrested today Monday, the martyr captive Nour Al-Barghouthi, after the occupation handed over his body to his relatives yesterday at the Beit Sira checkpoint, west of Ramallah.

The Quds News correspondent reported that the funeral procession of the martyr’s body was launched from the Palestine Medical Complex towards his town of Aboud, northwest of Ramallah.

He added that the martyr’s family took a goodbye look at him, before praying on him in the yard of a school, and buried him in the cemetery of Aboud.  

It is noteworthy that the martyr was serving a eight-year prison sentence and has been detained for four years. 

He was killed on the twenty-first of this month, after being severely fainted while in the bathroom in section 25 of the Negev Prison.

According to the Prisoners Club, the prison administration was late in transporting and revitalizing the prisoner, as I attended more than half an hour after the incident of unconsciousness, and responded after the enlargements and screams of the prisoners in the department. 

The captive club said that the occupation authorities continue to detain the bodies of five prisoners, the oldest martyr Anis Dawla from Qalqilya, who was martyred in 1980 in the “Ashkelon” prison.

In a statement, he explained that the occupation is holding the bodies of the prisoners, Aziz Owaisat, from Jerusalem, where he was martyred in 2018, Fares Baroud from Gaza, Nassar Taqatqa from Bethlehem, and Bassam Al-Sayeh from Nablus, and all three were martyred in 2019.

Al-Asir Club pointed out that 223 prisoners have been martyred in the occupation prisons since 1967, as a result of the policies of torture, intentional killing, or direct shooting at them, in addition to the most prominent policy that led to the martyrdom of 68 prisoners, which is the policy of medical neglect (slow killing). 

It is noteworthy that the bodies of four prisoners martyrs are among 60 martyrs that the occupation authorities have continued to detain their bodies since 2015. 

In this context, Al-Asir Club affirmed that the occupation authorities did not only carry out the murder of the Palestinians, but rather continue their crime through the policy of detaining their bodies, which constitutes a violation of the provisions and rules of international humanitarian law, which constituted one of the most prominent historical policies of the Palestinian martyrs, knowing that a decision was issued by the Supreme Court of the occupation Last year, he authorized the continued detention of the bodies of the martyrs, with the aim of negotiating them in future exchange deals with the Palestinians.

Ahmed Kaabneh .. 24 years of age stolen by the occupation prisons

Nazi occupied Jericho: The prisoner Ahmed Kaabneh from the Aqabat Jabr camp in Jericho entered yesterday, his 24th year in the occupation prisons, and these years are greater than the calculation of the time when he passed between the detainees and the cells away from freedom, but it is an age of longing and pain his family lived And his wife.

The Nazi occupation forces arrested Ahmed, who was away from his wife and child, “Nisreen”, after being chased for several days, to be absent in prisons for many years while he was still under sentence of life imprisonment.

“Nisreen when her father was arrested was only one year and 4 months old, and I was pregnant with our daughter Zahra, who was born without her father present,” says Ahmed’s wife, Quds Al-Akhbariya.

Ahmad and his wife, Rafeef, had their daughter, years ago, through “smuggled sperm” from inside the Nazi occupation Nazi Camp.

“I always tried to keep Ahmed present in my daughters’ heart and mind, tell them about him and tell them about his positions.”

She adds: “Rafeef got to know her father in the visiting rooms, but, thank God, he attached to him a lot, and I always tell her this dress from your father, and these things bring her to you, so that he can stay present in their lives.”

The Nazi occupation prevented Ahmed’s wife from visiting him for a full 10 years, and the courts were the only opportunity for her to see him.
Ahmed, who has been sentenced to life imprisonment twice, suffers from health problems in the colon, and from a stomach germ, and the Nazi occupation prisons administration does not provide him with the necessary treatment, and he suffices with the pills of the house.

“Ahmed’s suffering in the occupation prisons doubled after his father’s death, without being able to take a look at his last farewell,” the girl said, “and on the day he died the night before his visit, I told the families of the prisoners to report the news to him.”

In the years of his arrest, Ahmed became “very” a number of his daughter’s sons who got married, without being present alongside her, as was the case with other parents.

His wife summarizes the pain she has experienced throughout these years: “It is difficult to live the role of the mother and the father together, and this is what I have always tried to preserve the family, and to remain hopeful that Ahmed will return to us free.”## 

“Your voices in our hearts and minds.” The Nazi occupation prevents female prisoners from communicating with their families


The Nazo occupied Palestine : Since last visit last March, they do not know anything about them, visits were prevented after the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, and lawyers were prevented from meeting them, but after human rights pressures on the prison administration, the captives were able to communicate with their families through contact Dial except some of them.

Enas Asafra, Mays Abu Ghosh, and Khaled Jarrar were among the prisoners who were deprived by order of the occupation intelligence to communicate and communicate with their families, where the father of the captive Abu Ghosh wrote: “The occupation intelligence refuses to allow Mays to contact her family, knowing that all the prisoners were allowed to contact except for Mays And immortal Jarrar and Enas Asafra. ”

He added via “Facebook”: “The homeland is dear and the forehead is high, Yaba, and your voice is in our hearts, minds and souls.”

Muhammad, who is 5 years old, did not hear the voice of his mother, Enas Asafra, so he sends her voice over the radio, hoping she may be a little reassured about him and his brother Abd al-Rahman (three years), and he says to her: “Mama, how are you, you are good, I miss you.”

Muhammad and Abd al-Rahman, two children in their first year of life, grow up far from their father, Qasim and Enas Asafra, since last year and the occupation held them in prisons, they saw their father before Corona, but today they cannot.

What added to the suffering of the families of the two prisoners is that the occupation intelligence refused to allow Inas to communicate with her family, like the rest of the prisoners in Damoon prison, who were able to talk to their families during the last period, and check on them, after human rights pressures took place on the occupation, in light of the stop visits of the families of the prisoners and lawyers with the spread of the epidemic .

Muhammad and Abd al-Rahman frequently ask about their parents, according to their grandfather, Aref Asafra, and he tells “Quds”: “The occupation stole the joy of their father by seeing them grow up and play, and we do not know what will happen to Inas and Qasim, as they are still arrested today.”

On August 10, 2019, the Shin Bet security service claimed that two Palestinians were arrested from the town of Beit Kahil, west of Hebron, for allegedly participating in the killing of Nazi soldier (two days before the arrest) near the Gush Etzion settlement complex, south of Bethlehem. Qasim Asafra (30 years old). Others were arrested from the same town, including his wife, Enas.

Since that time, Inas and Qasim have been held in the occupation Nazi Camp and brought before the Nazi occupation courts.   

“Since Enas was arrested, life has disappeared from our home. She, her husband and my brother Moataz are also detained in the Nazi occupation Camp,” says Enas Asfara, brother of Enas.

He adds that his sister was not absent from her family home, so she spreads joy with him and her two children, who miss her so much especially her old son. When someone around him calls out to his children, she feels saying to himself, “What about my mother and my father, I, where are they?”

He explains that the Nazi occupation intelligence prevented Enas from talking to her family over the phone like the other prisoners, and they do not know anything about her since her last visit before the visits were banned due to the Corona epidemic, as she was on the fourth of last March.

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