Palestinian prisoners embark on escalating protest steps

Gaza- Palestinian prisoners in Israeli occupation jails have revealed a plan to escalate gradually protest steps against the prison administrations’ delay in implementing the “Dignity” agreement by which the prisoners ended a hunger strike.

The Waed society for prisoners and ex-prisoners quoted those prisoners as saying that a month long “saving the strike” campaign would kick off soon that would include returning meals, not cooperating with the prison administrations, and others.

They said that the protests would culminate with the start of a new hunger strike by 200 prisoners, adding that the number would then rise gradually.

Waed warned of the continued deterioration in the conditions of those prisoners, calling for massive solidarity rallies to back up those prisoners’ demands and to expose the Israeli oppressive policy against them.

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