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Lawmakers join hunger strike in solidarity with prisoners
Published Monday 24/12/2012 (updated) 03/01/2013 11:38
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HEBRON (Ma'an) -- Several Hamas-affiliated MPs including parliament speaker Aziz Dweik went on hunger strike on Sunday in solidarity with prisoners in Israeli jails.

Hebron lawmaker Hatim Qafisha told Ma’an the goal of the one-day protest was to embody the suffering of detainees on hunger strike.

"It is a sentimental and actual participation and a message to the hunger strikers to encourage them to remain firm," Qafisha said.

Sheikh Raed Salah, head of the Islamic movement in Israel, is also participating in the hunger strike.

Jafar Azzidine, Tarek Qaadan and Yousef Yassin have been on hunger strike for 27 days in protest at their administrative detention, without charge or trial.

Samer al-Issawi has refused food for 146 days.
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1 ) Judy / US
24/12/2012 22:05
I truly hope that your own people will stop this behavior toward their fellow citizens, and understand that we all need help, I feel so bad that they do you all like this and for what, I wish to help if I can.....

2 ) Dr.Mohamad yaser kanafani / Gaza palestine
26/12/2012 10:40
Solidarity with our brothers detainees in zionest prisons is reacting to be international campain for the whole palestine people cause
now i m ARGENTINA there is an argentinian lady named ELIZABITH DRABKINA Started a campain called ONE DAY HUMGER STRIKE in beunes aeres which is supported by <>activist around the world for palestine<> which has 103,000 members all around the world .

every body can join
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