Safadi continues hunger strike till “freedom or martyrdom"
Nablus- Hassan Safadi, who went on hunger strike a month ago in Israeli custody, has called on the Palestinian people and factions and official and popular organizations to pressure the occupation to end his detention.
The prisoner said in a letter that despite the weight he lost he is still determined to continue defending his dignity till achieving freedom.
He stressed that he went again on hunger strike protesting the Israeli decision to renew his administrative detention by six months in blatant violation to the agreement between the prisoners’ hunger strike committee and Israeli officials, noting that he ended a 73-day hunger strike on May 14 after Israel promised not to renew his detention without charge or trial.
He added that he is still determined to continue his hunger strike “till freedom or martyrdom,” calling on Palestinians at home and abroad to launch more supportive acts for the prisoners’ issue.
Safadi urged all free people of the world to support him in face of the Israeli brutality.