Palestinian Political Prisoners and Detainees in Zio-Nazi Camp's

Three-day Global Electronic Action of sick Palestinian political prisoners and detainees in Israeli jails has been launched by pro-Palestinians activists around the world on 19-21.1.2014 in three main languages under the title: Campaign to support the sick prisoners.

Hundreds of social networking sites and thousands of Twitter activists took part in the campaign in support of sick prisoners in Israeli jails, where more than 1000 sick prisoners are still held in custody including 25 cancer patients, in addition to 18 patient prisoners are currently held in Ramle Prison Hospital.
UFree Petition in Solidarity with Palestinian sick Prisoners in Israeli jails:
– Israeli Prison Service deliberately procrastinates in providing three patient prisoners with the appropriate treatment.
– Palestinian prisoner with cancer Yousri Al-Masri, held in Eshel prison, campaigned against Israeli deliberate medical negligence and procrastination policy towards his health situation, especially that he undergone a surgery two months ago to remove parathyroid gland after being affectedness.
– Israeli occupation forces use military checkpoints and border crossings as traps to arrest Palestinian civilians under the pretext they are wanted
– The Israeli Prison Services (IPS) in Nafha prison has decided to transfer the prisoner leader Ibrahim Hamed, sentenced to 57 life-terms, to Holakdar prison, causing a state of tension among prisoners held in Nafha jail. Ibrahim Hamed participated in the Karama mass hunger strike in April 2012, which lasted 28 days, and after which he was released from solitary confinement where he had served eight years.
– Thaer Abdu, held in administrative detention without charge or trial, ended his hunger strike on January 7, after 53 days of strike.
– An Israeli military court has sentenced Sunday two brothers for 12 and 20 years respectively for allegedly stone-throwing.
– A female Israeli soldier physically assaulted in a new recent incident a Palestinian school girl from Al-Khalil city as she was en route to her school.
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– United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the occupied Palestinian territories (OCHA) warned of the seriousness of the Israeli occupation’s recent practices targeting Palestinian children.
– Palestinian detainee Dirar Abu Sisi was taken to hospital after a serious deterioration in his health condition.
– 17 Palestinian female prisoners are currently held in Hasharon prison suffering very difficult detention and health conditions due to the Israeli deliberate medical negligence and ill-treatment.
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