Families of prisoners organize solidarity sit-in
Participants hoisted placards asking the Palestinian Authority to work for their release and for saving their lives which are in danger due to the Israeli deliberate medical neglect policy.
Raed Amer, the director of PPS in Nablus, said that the Palestinian prisoners plan new protest steps in the event their incarceration conditions did not improve.
He said during a speech at the sit-in that next year would witness large-scale solidarity events with the prisoners to demand their release and to improve their detention conditions.
Mohammed Duweikat, delivered a speech on behalf of the coordination committee of Palestinian factions, asking the PA to join the international criminal court and to sue the Israel fanatic government for its crimes against the Palestinian people and violations in lines of prisoners.