Monday, April 18, 2011

Jabr: Prisoners in Israeli jails experiencing harsh conditions

[ 17/04/2011 - 05:28 PM ]

JENIN, (PIC)-- Ibrahim Jabr, who was recently released from Israeli occupation jails, said that the Palestinian prisoners were experiencing cruel incarceration conditions.
Jabr, 47, told the PIC in an interview that the prisoners were planning to escalate their protests against such conditions topped by the solitary confinement, which he said is not fit for a human being.
He said that the Israeli prison authority deliberately confuses the prisoners and make them live in an unstable condition.
Jabr, a Hamas leader in Jenin, lashed out at local and international institutions for not living up to the prisoners' expectations, describing the Red Cross as a "lifeless body".
He expressed absolute indignation at the world that does not care less about 6,000 Palestinian prisoners while giving full attention to the sole Israeli soldier held by Palestinian resistance.