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.
Ibrahim Bayadseh is one of the 30 prisoners arrested before the Oslo agreement. The Zionist authorities refused to release them in any previous prisoner exchange or agreement with the occupation, despite widespread demand. As a Palestinian prisoner from occupied Palestine ’48, he was labeled an “internal Israeli matter.”
Life in Prison
During his decades behind occupation bars, Ibrahim has suffered from multiple illnesses, including toothache, migraine, and high blood pressure, and he was a frequent visitor to the prison clinic, as he became familiar to staff there. His pains were always a concern of his comrades in captivity.