Ishaq is a Palestine Actionist was sentenced to 14 months for holding Israeli weapons manufacturer, Rafael, to account by planning a rooftop protest on the 75th anniversary of the Nakba. Due to this actrion, the factory lost almost £300,000 and loss of production time on top of that due to its forced closure for two days.
Marwan Hasib Ibrahim Barghouti was born in the West Bank village of Kobar in 1962. He is a prominent and popular political figure associated with Fatah, currently serving five life sentences in an Israeli prison. He is a member of the Fatah Central Committee, and of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC). Often described by Palestinians as the ‘Palestinian Mandela.’
Nael, fron the town of Kober in Ramallah, is the longest-serving Palestinian prisoner. He is serving a life sentence and an additional 18 years after he was first arrested by Israeli forces on April 4, 1978 for engaging in attacks against the Israeli military. He was released 34 years later in 2011 as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange deal with Hamas. However, he was rearrested in 2014 and his sentence reinstated following “secret claims” made against him.
Ahed was born in 1968 in Beit Furik, near Nablus. He is serving a life sentence plus 5 years after being jailed by an occupation military court, accused of directing the assassination of the notoriously racist tourism minister of the occupation, Rehavam Ze’evi, in October 2001, in retaliation for the Israeli assassination of PFLP General Secretary Abu Ali Mustafa in August 2001.
Walid was born in 1961 in Baqa’ al-Gharbiyya in occupied Palestine ’48. He is known as one of the most prominent thinkers and intellectuals of the Palestinian prisoners’ movement. He was seized by occupation forces on 3/25/1986 on charges of forming a commando cell and kidnapping and killing a Zionist soldier. He was initially sentenced to death, and later the sentence was commuted to 37 years in prison. The occupation added two years to his sentence in 2018, bringing him to 39 years, for allegedly smuggling mobile phones into prison.
Ibrahim Abu Mokh is imprisoned in the Negev desert prison. He was seized by occupation forces on 3/24/1986 on charges of capturing and killing an occupation soldier in the occupied city of Umm Khaled in early 1985, after receiving military training in PFLP bases in Syria. He was sentenced to life in prison, then his sentence was set to 40 years.
Mohammed is from Umm al-Fahm. Him and his brother Ibrahim Hassan Ighbariya as well as Yahya Ighbariya have been detained since 26 February 1992. They were sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of carrying out a resistance operation in an occupation military camp.
Ibrahim is from Umm al-Fahm. Him and his brother Mohammed Hassan Ighbariya as well as Yahya Ighbariya have been detained since 26 February 1992. They were sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of carrying out a resistance operation in an occupation military camp.
Raed was born in Silat al-Harthiyya, west of Jenin. He is the longest-held prisoner from Jenin governorate. He was arrested for the first time when he was 18 in 1984 and imprisoned for six months for raising the Palestinian flag on the electricity poles in Silat al-Harthiyya.
Palestinian prisoner Juma’a Ibrahim Adam was born on 9 March 1969 in Sweileh, Jordan, and lived northwest of the city of Jericho, occupied Palestine, in the town of al-Dyouk. He is one of six brothers, and his father died while he was still a young child in 1972. While imprisoned by the Israeli occupation, he lost his mother, and the prison administration did not allow him to see her before her death or to attend her funeral. “The most difficult and painful situation that I went through during my time in prison was the death of my mother,” he said.