The torture of Zakaria Al-Zubaidi ignites the West Bank, and his brother talks about entering the recovery room | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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Activists launched a campaign of solidarity with the Palestinian prisoner Zakaria Al-Zubaidi, after they said that he was severely tortured by the Israeli occupation forces during his interrogation in the Gilboa Tunnel operation, after he was arrested with the prisoner Muhammad Al-Ardah in one of the villages of Nazareth in the occupied Palestinian interior.

Under the title “Zakaria under torture,” Palestinian and Arab activists launched hundreds of tweets and comments in solidarity with the prisoner Zakaria al-Zubaidi, expressing their anger at the arrogance of the Israeli occupation against the Palestinians.

Zakaria Al-Zubaidi is in intensive care

The brother of the imprisoned Palestinian leader, Zakaria al-Zubaidi, said that the latter was admitted on Monday to the intensive care unit in a hospital in Jerusalem, after his health deteriorated after he was subjected to brutal torture at the hands of Israeli interrogators.

Jibril al-Zubaidi wrote on his Facebook page, saying, “Zakaria al-Zubaidi’s body is broken, his hands were broken, he was hit on the head and face, and he was tortured all over his body with electric shocks by the Israeli occupation intelligence.”

He added that Zakaria “is in a very serious condition, and he is now in resuscitation, unconscious and breathing artificially.”

The head of the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor, Rami Abdo, announced that Zakaria al-Zubaidi had entered the intensive care unit at Shaare Tzedek Hospital, after being subjected to severe torture by the occupation forces.

Abdo announced the entry of Zakaria al-Zubaidi, one of the four prisoners who were re-arrested after they managed to free themselves in Gilboa Prison, on September 6.

Zakaria under torture

The pioneers of the communication sites launched dozens of tweets of solidarity with the prisoner Zakaria Al-Zubaidi in an attempt to save him, at a time when demonstrations roamed the city of Jenin in the West Bank, amid clashes with the occupation forces on the seam axes.

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The Saudi journalist, Turki Al-Shalhoub, commented: “The hero who was re-arrested, Zakaria Al-Zubaidi, entered the intensive care room as a result of the severe torture he was subjected to at the hands of the Zionists, and the mosques of Jenin declare alert.”

While another tweeter, interacting with the hashtag, which has gained wide resonance during the past hours, wrote, “The cost of being free in front of the oppressor is very huge, despite the knowledge of Zakaria and his companions about this cost. of those who are imprisoned within it.”

Zahra Khatoun said: “Because you mocked them… You mocked them… You highlighted their weakness, you exposed them when you took your freedom… Then you exposed them today that it is a monstrosity, a savage, a killer, an occupier, a criminal, a coward that fears you.”

Israel Prison Service

For its part, the Israeli Prison Service denied the news circulated about the transfer of prisoner Zakaria Al-Zubaidi to the hospital.

The Israeli Prison Authority statement added, “Contrary to the rumors circulating on social networks, we confirm that the prisoner Zakaria al-Zubaidi has not been taken to intensive care and is currently in the prison in which he is being held.”

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In turn, a spokeswoman for the Israeli Rambam Hospital, according to what was published by the Hebrew websites, said, “Following up inquiries from several sources, and baseless posts on Facebook and Arabic-language sites.” Zakaria Al-Zubaidi did not contact Rambam, was not treated in Rambam, and Rambam did not arrive. Not yesterday or today.”

And Israeli Channel 12 said earlier on Monday that Zakaria al-Zubaidi was transferred twice to the hospital for treatment, after he was re-arrested after escaping from Gilboa prison in northern Israel last week, adding that he is expected to be transferred for a third time for treatment at Rambam Hospital in Haifa.

general strike

In a related context, the Palestinian Liberation Organization Prisoners Authority decided to escalate in the face of the Israeli prison service, in response to the reprisals it launched against the prisoners since the escape from Gilboa prison.

The authority said in a statement: “The captive movement decided to defend its right and dignity to life and freedom by initiating an open hunger strike in the form of batches starting next Friday under the slogan ‘The Battle of Defending the Right’.”

She added that “the first batch of the strike will include 1,380 prisoners from several prisons, as 400 prisoners from “Raymon” prison, 300 from “Ofer” prison, 200 from “Nafha” prison, 200 prisoners from “Megiddo” prison, and 100 from “Gilboa” prison will begin. 80 prisoners from Eshel prison, 50 from Shatta prison, and 50 prisoners from Hadarim prison.

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Through this battle, the captive movement demands, according to the commission’s statement, to stop “the policy of repression, abuse and arbitrary movement, end the penalties imposed on hundreds of prisoners, release the isolated prisoners to regular sections, and return the detention conditions to what they were before September 5 (the Gilboa escape operation). “.

It also calls for “an end to the policy of arbitrary administrative detention, the suspension of the renewal policy for administrative detainees, the return of family visits through the network, the implementation of visits by the families of Gaza prisoners, and the installation of a fixed and permanent public phone in prisons.”

In turn, the commission appealed to international human rights, humanitarian and legal organizations to “stop the policy of shame by remaining silent about the crimes that are happening in Israeli prisons, and to pressure the occupation government to respect the humanity of Palestinian detainees and hold it accountable for their crimes against the thousands of prisoners who are abused daily at the hands of the Israeli units of oppression and abuse.” .

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