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Hamas Vows to Liberate Jordanian Prisoners

Hamas Vows to Liberate Jordanian Prisoners

GAZA, (PIC)-- Hamas movement praised the Jordanian prisoners' hunger strike led by Abdullah al-Barghouthi which was suspended after achieving victory.

In a statement issued on Monday, Hamas warned the occupation of continued its crimes against the prisoners.

Hamas stressed its commitment to liberate the prisoners in honorable deals, calling to support the prisoners' steadfastness. The movement also called on human rights organizations to activate the prisoners' issue in international forums.

The Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that the family visits will include all Jordanian prisoners in Israeli jails, denying that some prisoners are eliminated from the agreement.

The ministry stated that it started the family visits' arrangements.

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