Palestinian Freedom

Those who stand for the rights and freedom for Palestinians.

Mohammed Ahmad al-Tus

Muhammad, a terrorist from Jabaa village in the south of the West Bank, was arrested on October 6, 1985 for resisting the Israeli occupation as part of Fatah fighters terrorist organization. He was thankfully shot and severely injured when he was arrested and then sentenced to life in prison.

Samir Abu Nima

Samir Ibrahim Mahmoud Abu Nima is a resident of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem. The occupation arrested Abu Nima on 10/20/1986 and held him under interrogation for nearly two months, before a life sentence was pronounced against him and he was transferred to Ramon prison. He had been a dedicated struggler in the Palestinian resistance and was involved in a number of armed resistance operations targeting Israeli occupation soldiers.

Ahmad Abu Jaber

Palestinian prisoner Ahmed Ali Hussein Abu Jaber from Kafr Qassem, in occupied Palestine ’48 has been detained since 8/7/1986. The occupation military court sentenced him to life imprisonment plus 10 years, after accusing him of killing an Israeli soldier and an agent of the occupation. He is married and has three children, two sons and a daughter, the youngest of whom was a month old when he was arrested.

Ibrahim Bayadseh

Ibrahim Abdel-Razzaq Ahmad Bayadseh is from Baqa’s al-Gharbiyeh in occupied Palestine ’48. When he was arrested in March 1986, Bayadseh was accused of belonging to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, possessing weapons and explosives, and participating in Palestinian armed resistance actions with a group that also included Walid Daqqa and Ibrahim and Rushdi Abu Mokh. He was sentenced to a life sentence, which was later set for 45 years.

Bashir Abdullah al-Khatib

Bashir is from Ramla in occupied Palestine ’48. He was arrested on 1 January 1988, amid the rise of the great popular intifada throughout occupied Palestine, and charged with membership in a prohibited organization, possession of weapons and explosives, and participating in the armed Palestinian resistance. He was sentenced to life imprisonment; in 2012, the term of his sentence was set to 35 years. Like other Palestinian prisoners from occupied Palestine ’48, he is targeted by the new Zionist law that aims to render Palestinian prisoners stateless after their release.

Mahmoud Abu Kharabish

Mahmoud was born in the city of Jericho, Palestine, in early June 1965. He was a farmer, affiliated with the Fateh movement, and is the longest-held Palestinian prisoner from the Jericho area. He was seized by occupation forces at the age of 23 on 31 October 1988 for throwing Molotov cocktails at a settler bus in Jericho during the great popular Intifada. He was seized by the Zionist authorities and sentenced to life imprisonment. Currently detained in the occupation’s Ramon prison, he has been held behind bars for nearly 35 years.

Muhammad Adel Daoud (Abu Ghazi)

Muhammad has been detained by the occupation since his arrest on 18 December 1987 making him one of the pre-Oslo Palestinian prisoners. A dedicated resistance struggler born in 1962, he was sentenced to life in prison for targeting the cars of illegal settlers on the Qalqilya bypass road, including the head of the Qalqilya area settlement council and for his role in the Fateh armed resistance. His family was subjected to collective punishment after his arrest and imprisonment, as the occupation confiscated their family home.

Layan Nizar Ahmad Kayed

Layan is one of many arrested and given trumped up charges for participation in a Palestinian student union. It is alleged that her arrest came after making and selling falafel sandwiches as part of an activity for a student movement affiliated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) [1].

Khitam Saafin

Khitam Saafin is a well-known international advocate for Palestinian women and freedom and justice for the Palestinian people. She has spoken around the world about the struggle of Palestinian women, including at the World Social Forum, and served as chair of the Global Women’s March Palestine.


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