Stand by Palestinian Political Prisoners - Salem-News.Com
(BETHLEHEM) - It snowed in Palestine and the heavy rain washed away many things but not human sins. I thought of the huge amount of water running by friends of mine in Al-Auja near Jericho, and how they were prevented from capturing that water while colonial illegal settlers get all the water with all the infrastructure they want. I watched Israeli children play in the snow in a park built on the ruins of a destroyed Palestinian village. I thought of the shivering political prisoners in unheated cells hundreds of whom are in administrative detention who do not know when they will be out in any park. Some sacrificed decades for internationally-recognized struggle to end colonialism and occupation. Today (Saturday) many joined the hunger strike of administrative detainee Hana Al-Shalaby.
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