Hamas holds zionist regime responsible for life of hunger-striking journalist
Hamas spokesperson Husam Badran held the Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) responsible for the sharp deterioration rocking the health status of hunger-striking journalist Muhammad al-Qeiq, starving for 48 days in Israeli jails.
Badran said the Palestinian people and resistance will never remain mum over the mistreatment and neglect al-Qeiq has been subjected to in Israeli lock-ups.
He called on for mobilizing mass-support for and solidarity with al-Qeiq, saying: “Al-Qeiq is engaged in a fight to restore not his own freedom and dignity but those of an entire people and cause.”
“Al-Qeiq has been yearning to rehabilitate the right to free speech and honest expression that any activist would quite naturally manifest of while standing up for the rights of his/her people and nation,” he added.
Prisoner al-Qeiq has entered his 48th day of hunger-strike and fell into a coma a couple of days ago. He has also begun to urinate blood.