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        <h1 id="reader-title">Toward a New Year of Freedom: Palestinian
          political prisoners’ struggles in 2015 and beyond</h1>
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              <p>As we exit 2015 and enter 2016, <a target="_blank"
href="https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/middle-east/23090-israel-arrested-almost-7000-palestinians-during-2015">nearly
                  7,000 Palestinians are held in Israeli jails</a>.
                Statistics released yesterday show that nearly 7,000
                Palestinians were arrested in 2015 alone; 2,179 of those
                were children, and 225 are women. <a target="_blank"
href="http://www.daysofpalestine.com/news/million-palestinians-arrested-israel/">One
                  million Palestinians</a> have been imprisoned since
                1948 by the Israeli occupation – a part of Palestinian
                life under occupation and colonization that touches
                nearly every Palestinian family with the imprisonment of
                a son, daughter, mother, father, aunt, uncle or cousin.</p>
              <p>Despite the massive levels of imprisonment already
                maintained by Israeli colonialism, in the past three
                months, alongside the new rising intifada led by
                Palestinian youth, imprisonment has skyrocketed. <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://addameer.org/news/addameer-israeli-occupation-proceeds-mass-arrests-and-collective-punishment">Mass
                  arrests and violent arrest and assassination raids</a>
                are a nightly event in towns, villages and refugee
                camps.</p>
              <p>In the past three months alone, 350 administrative
                detention orders for imprisonment without charge or
                trial have been issued, and there are approximately 660
                Palestinians currently held arbitrarily without trial on
                no charges at all – including children and Palestinians
                from occupied Jerusalem and Palestine ’48 (who hold
                Israeli citizenship).</p>
              <p>Palestinian prisoners uniformly suffer from physical
                and psychological abuse at the hands of Israeli
                soldiers, captors and interrogators – an experience even
                more traumatic to the numerous Palestinian children
                arrested. Arrests of children rose 72% over last year in
                2015, traumatizing children through night raids, severe
                physical injuries, physical abuse, threats of harm to
                themselves and their families and abusive
                interrogations.</p>
              <p>Palestinian women’s heavy involvement in the ongoing
                Palestinian liberation movement – and in the current
                rising intifada – has been reflected in the wave of
                arrests against Palestinian women, including the opening
                of a new prison section for the growing numbers of
                Palestinian women political prisoners. <a
                  target="_blank"
href="https://avoicefrompalestine.wordpress.com/2015/12/28/palestinian-female-political-prisoners-and-detainees-ongoing-resistance-behind-zionist-bars/">Read
                  more about the cases of Palestinian women prisoners.</a></p>
              <p>Amid the upsurge by Palestinian youth, the burgeoning
                intifada, and the war machine built up against the
                Palestinian people by the Israeli state – with the full
                support, military, economic and political – of the
                United States, it remains critically important to
                highlight the voices of Palestinian prisoners and
                struggle for their freedom.</p>
              <p><strong>Let 2016 be a year of true liberation, the
                  tearing down of the prison walls for Palestinian
                  prisoners and the entire Palestinian people.</strong></p>
              <p>Some of the key events of 2015 – and ongoing struggles
                of the Palestinian prisoners’ movement:</p>
              <h2><strong>1. Omar Nayef Zayed facing extradition from
                  Bulgaria</strong> –</h2>
              <p>Former Palestinian prisoner <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/statement-on-the-freedom-fighter-and-liberated-prisoner-omar-nayef-zayed/">Omar
                  Nayef Zayed</a> has been living in Bulgaria for 22
                years – after he escaped Israeli detention in 1990. Now,
                25 years later, he is being pursued for further torture
                and imprisonment by the Israeli state, threatened with
                being ripped away from his wife and children. He has
                taken sanctuary in the Palestinian embassy in Bulgaria.
                Omar’s situation is urgent and ongoing: <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/urgent-action-stop-extradition-of-omar-nayef-zayed-former-palestinian-prisoner-from-bulgaria/">please
                  take action by calling on the Bulgarian government</a>
                to reject the extradition request, and by calling on the
                <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/take-action-omar-nayef-zayed-being-pressured-to-leave-palestinian-embassy/">Palestinian
                  embassy to uphold Omar’s sanctuary</a>. <a
                  target="_blank"
                  href="http://samidoun.net/justice4omar">Read more..</a></p>
              <h2>2. Rasmea Odeh continues to struggle for freedom
                against U.S. oppression –</h2>
              <p>Omar Nayef Zayed is not the only former prisoner facing
                ongoing targeting and persecution. <a target="_blank"
                  href="http://justice4rasmea.org">Rasmea Odeh</a>,
                Palestinian community leader in Chicago, torture
                survivor and former Palestinian prisoner in Israeli
                jails, has faced prosecution and is threatened with
                prison and deportation in the United States – because of
                her experience in Israeli prison. She has been <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/03/breaking-news-rasmea-odeh-sentenced-to-18-months-imprisonment-1100-fines-deportation-to-jordan/">convicted
                  on immigration charges</a> and her case is <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/10/rasmea-odehs-lawyer-argues-strongly-in-appellate-court/">currently
                  under appeal</a>; her case has received wide support
                from Black leaders and activists, feminists and
                progressive lawyers. <a target="_blank"
                  href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/rasmea-defense-committee-thanks-you/">Read
                  more here in the latest update from the Rasmea Defense
                  Committee.</a></p>
              <h2>3. Palestinian political leaders under attack: the
                cases of Khalida Jarrar and Ahmad Sa’adat –</h2>
              <p>Palestinian political leaders have always been subject
                to imprisonment, repression and assassination – from the
                assassination of leaders like Ghassan Kanafani, Ahmad
                Yassin and Abu Jihad to the imprisonment over the past
                ten years of dozens of members of the Palestinian
                Legislative Council. <a target="_blank"
                  href="http://samidoun.net/khalidajarrar">Khalida
                  Jarrar</a>, prominent Palestinian leftist
                parliamentarian, feminist, and prisoners’ rights
                advocate, was arrested in an early-morning <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/04/breaking-news-palestinian-leader-parliamentarian-khalida-jarrar-arrested-by-israeli-occupation-forces/">raid
                  on her home on 2 April</a>. The arrest came after she
                successfully <a target="_blank"
                  href="http://samidoun.net/2014/09/victory-for-khalida-jarrar/">resisted
                  an Israeli military order in 2014</a> exiling her to
                Jericho from her home in Ramallah. First<a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/04/breaking-news-khalida-jarrar-ordered-to-six-months-administrative-detention/">
                  ordered to administrative detention</a>, after an
                international outcry, Jarrar was charged with public
                political activity in support of Palestinian prisoners.
                <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/addameer-palestinian-legislative-council-member-khalida-jarrar-to-spend-15-months-in-prison/">She
                  was sentenced to 15 months in prison</a> and continues
                to struggle. The imprisonment of Jarrar as well as
                political leaders like <a target="_blank"
href="http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/11/israeli-occupation-cause-of-palestine-conflict-marwan-barghouti">Marwan
                  Barghouthi</a>, <a target="_blank"
href="https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/middle-east/21796-israel-arrests-hamas-official-in-west-bank">Hassan
                  Yousef</a> and <a target="_blank"
                  href="http://freeahmadsaadat.org">Ahmad Sa’adat</a>
                highlights the leading role of Palestinian prisoners in
                the Palestinian liberation movement itself. Imprisoned
                General Secretary of the Popular Front for the
                Liberation of Palestine Sa’adat <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/07/palestinian-prisoners-protest-in-nafha-following-attacks-on-saadat-and-fellow-prisoners/">confronted
                  Israeli attacks behind bars</a> in 2015, while issuing
                calls to the <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/07/call-to-action-from-ahmad-saadat-boycott-israel/">international
                  boycott and solidarity movement</a> and <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/palestinian-leader-ahmad-saadat-from-prison-we-are-struggling-for-democracy-liberation-and-justice-for-all/">calling
                  for a revolutionary Palestinian future</a>.</p>
              <h2>4. Battles of Breaking the Chains: The Struggle to End
                Administrative Detention –</h2>
              <p>The Palestinian prisoners’ movement has long demanded
                an end to the practice of administrative detention,
                brought to Palestine under the British colonial mandate
                and continuing today under Israeli settler-colonialism,
                imprisoning hundreds of Palestinians each year without
                charge or trial. The hunger strike has long been a
                method of struggle used by Palestinian prisoners, going
                back decades. In 2012, <a target="_blank"
                  href="http://samidoun.net/2012/04/photos-khader-adnan-returns-home/">Khader
                  Adnan</a> was victorious in his first hunger strike in
                Israeli jails – winning freedom from administrative
                detention. Adnan – who has spent about six years in
                Israeli prisons without charge or trial – was
                re-arrested and <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/07/khader-adnan-qa-it-is-possible-to-break-the-israeli-occupation/">won
                  his freedom again this year</a> after a 56-day hunger
                strike that saw him liberated in July. The next month, <a
                  target="_blank"
                  href="http://samidoun.net/breakingthechains/">a group
                  of Palestinian political prisoners</a>, led by <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/dheisheh-refugee-camp-welcomes-freed-palestinian-prisoner-journalist-nidal-abu-aker/">Nidal
                  Abu Aker</a>, <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/dheisheh-refugee-camp-welcomes-freed-palestinian-prisoner-journalist-nidal-abu-aker/">Ghassan
                  Zawahreh</a>, Shadi Ma’ali, Munir Abu Sharar and Badr
                al-Ruzza, launched the Battle of Breaking the Chains, a
                40-day hunger strike demanding an end to administrative
                detention. Abu Aker and Zawahreh won their freedom in
                the past month – but Ma’ali’s administrative detention
                was reimposed despite an <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/09/reports-battle-of-breaking-the-chains-ends-in-agreement/">agreement
                  ending the strike</a>. Palestinian prisoners continue
                to lead the battle against the practice, with their
                bodies on the front lines – journalist <a
                  target="_blank"
                  href="http://alray.ps/en/index.php?act=post&id=6876#.VoWnrBUrKhc">Mohammed
                  al-Qeeq</a> is currently striking for 36 days against
                his detention.</p>
              <h2>5. Hungry for Freedom: the strike of Muhammad Allan –</h2>
              <p>Palestinian lawyer <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/national-lawyers-guild-urges-immediate-release-of-hunger-striking-palestinian-lawyer-muhammed-allan/">Muhammad
                  Allan</a> launched his hunger strike after an
                administrative detention order against him was renewed
                after 6 months of arbitrary imprisonment. He undertook a
                60-day hunger strike that nearly took his life – he <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/reports-state-palestinian-hunger-striker-muhammad-allan-again-in-a-coma-on-respirator/">suffered
                  brain damage</a> and was repeatedly threatened with <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/take-action-muhammad-allan-moved-to-barzilai-hospital-force-feeding-feared-imminent/">force-feeding</a>
                at the hands of Israel’s new force-feeding law. He was
                transferred from hospital to hospital, as his captors
                sought to force doctors to force-feed him – <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/addameer-call-for-urgent-action-save-palestinian-hunger-striker-mohammad-allan-from-force-feeding-and-torture/">a
                  form of torture</a>. His detention was lifted as he
                remain hospitalized due to his serious medical condition
                – yet as soon as he was released from hospital, he was
                re-arrested and his <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/09/muhammad-allan-re-launches-hunger-strike-now-eighth-palestinian-prisoner-striking-to-end-administrative-detention/">detention
                  without charge re-imposed</a>. He was <a
                  target="_blank"
href="https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/maureen-clare-murphy/hunger-striker-muhammad-allan-released-israel">released
                  on 4 November</a>, victorious over his jailers.</p>
              <h2>6. Stop G4S! Palestinian prisoners’ call is echoed by
                international movement –</h2>
              <p>In August 2015, <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/stop-g4s-a-call-to-the-global-boycott-movement-from-palestinian-political-prisoners/">Palestinian
                  prisoners issued a call to boycott G4S</a>, the
                British-Danish security corporation subject to
                international campaigns against it for its human rights
                violations not only in Palestine – where it provides
                control rooms and security equipment for Israeli prisons
                and detention centers, checkpoints, police training
                centers, and the “Erez” Beit Hanoun crossing to Gaza –
                but in the United States, United Kingdom, <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/boycott-and-divest-from-g4-call-from-bds-vancouver-canada-palestine-association/">Canada</a>,
                South Africa, Australia and more. Despite <a
                  target="_blank"
                  href="https://corporatewatch.org/company-profiles/g4s">G4S’
                  horrendous human rights record</a>, the <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/09/over-220-palestinian-and-international-organizations-demand-united-nations-cancel-g4s-contracts/">United
                  Nations contracts millions of dollars</a> in business
                annually to G4S. Hundreds of organizations are working
                to demand an end to the UN’s deals with G4S – while in a
                victory for Black students, the <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/black-students-win-historic-prison-divestment-at-university-of-california/">University
                  of California will divest from G4S</a> as a private
                prison corporation, and the <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/11/british-labour-party-dumps-g4s-over-its-involvement-in-israeli-prisons-human-rights-violations/">British
                  Labour Party has dumped G4S</a> as a security
                provider. The photo at right is one of Inminds’ <a
                  target="_blank" href="http://www.inminds.com/caged">regular
                  London protests</a> against G4S – while Samidoun
                protests weekly in New York. The G4S campaign only <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/8-january-nyc-protest-to-stop-g4s-and-freeahmadmanasrah-and-all-palestinian-prisoners/">promises
                  to escalate in 2016</a>.</p>
              <h2>7. Silencing Palestine’s Voices: Attacks on Social
                Media, Palestinian Journalists, and Advocacy
                Organizations –</h2>
              <p>In 2015, over <a target="_blank"
                  href="https://www.maannews.net/Content.aspx?id=818526">120
                  Palestinians</a>, mostly youth, were arrested and
                charged with “incitement” for their posts on social
                media, especially facebook. In an attempt to squelch the
                growing upsurge of Palestinian youth rising up to
                overthrow the colonial occupation that has defined their
                lives and existence, the Israeli state has targeted <a
                  target="_blank"
href="https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/middle-east/15963-israel-charges-eight-palestinians-over-facebook-posts">social
                  media expression for surveillance</a> – and violent
                arrest and repression. Palestinian journalists like <a
                  target="_blank"
                  href="http://www.imemc.org/article/74252">Mohammed
                  al-Qeeq</a>, now on hunger strike, <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/dheisheh-refugee-camp-welcomes-freed-palestinian-prisoner-journalist-nidal-abu-aker/">Nidal
                  Abu Aker</a>, and <a target="_blank"
href="https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/middle-east/23124-israels-574-rights-violations-against-palestinian-journalists-in-2015">85
                  more journalists</a> were arrested in 2015 – while 2
                were killed and 190 wounded by Israeli occupation
                forces. There are currently 20 jailed Palestinian
                journalists. And Palestinian advocates defending
                prisoners rights – like <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/take-action-prisoner-advocacy-organization-raided-by-israeli-forces-rights-defenders-under-attack/">Ahrar
                  Center</a>, Palestinian Prisoners’ Society,
                Palestinian Prisoners’ Center for Studies, and <a
                  target="_blank" href="http://addameer.org">Addameer</a>
                – continue to come in for attacks, raids, and the arrest
                of their staff.</p>
              <h2>8. Students on the March – Lina Khattab and the
                attacks on Palestinian students –</h2>
              <p>90 Palestinian students <a target="_blank"
href="http://www.birzeit.edu/news/birzeit-university-condemns-arresting-students-and-faculty-members">just
                  at one university</a> – Bir Zeit – have been arrested
                in the past several months, including the head of the
                student union, Saif al-Islam Daghlas, and the student
                union’s secretary, <a target="_blank"
href="https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/middle-east/22952-israel-arrests-90-students-at-west-bank-university">Asmaa
                  Qadah</a>. Students affiliated to all the major
                student political blocs in the union have been arrested,
                including 12 members of the Islamic bloc on one day in
                December. Israeli occupation forces have erected a
                military base on the campus of <a target="_blank"
                  href="http://www.imemc.org/article/74298">Palestine
                  Technical University Kadoorie</a> in Tulkarem – from
                which they have shot students with live ammunition.
                These attacks on students highlight the leading role of
                Palestinian students in the liberation movement and the
                current intifada, as did the arrest of <a
                  target="_blank"
                  href="http://samidoun.net/2015/02/call-to-action-free-lina-khattab/">Lina
                  Khattab</a>, Bir Zeit student leader and accomplished
                folkloric dancer, a year ago. Khattab’s arrest <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/03/international-support-grows-for-imprisoned-palestinian-student-lina-khattab/">drew
                  international solidarity</a>, and she announced that
                she was <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/06/lina-khattab-released-changes-study-course-from-journalism-to-law/">planning
                  to study law</a> in order to struggle for Palestinian
                prisoners when she was released in June.</p>
              <h2>9. Stolen Childhoods – Ahmad Manasrah, Malaak
                al-Khatib, the Hares Boys and Palestinian Child
                Prisoners –</h2>
              <p>The arrests of Palestinian children <a target="_blank"
                  href="https://www.maannews.net/Content.aspx?id=818526">escalated
                  72% over the previous year in 2015</a>, exposing more
                Palestinian children to violent nighttime military
                arrest raids, separation from their parents, abusive
                interrogations and physical and psychological violence
                at the hands of occupation forces. The case of <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/take-action-new-website-online-actions-to-freeahmadmanasrah-imprisoned-palestinian-boy/">Ahmad
                  Manasrah</a> is drawing growing international
                attention – a 13-year-old boy, videotaped shot and
                bleeding as settlers demand his death, undergoing
                abusive interrogation, and charged with a stabbing
                attack. People around the world are calling in
                demonstrations and on social media to
                #FreeAhmadManasrah, the boy’s case serving as a symbol
                of the abuse and imprisonment of Palestinian childhood.
                Ahmad’s case follows on that of <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/01/14-year-old-palestinian-girl-malaak-al-khatib-sentenced-to-2-months-in-israeli-prison/">Malaak
                  al-Khatib</a>, the 14-year-old girl who was sentenced
                to 2 months in prison in January after a New Years’ Eve
                arrest, and the tragic case of the <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/hares-boys-5-palestinian-teens-sentenced-to-15-years-imprisonment-and-high-fines-for-nonexistent-crime/">Hares
                  Boys</a>, 5 young men – minors when arrested and
                charged – now serving 15-year sentences for a
                nonexistent “crime.”</p>
              <h2>10. Solidarity and Resistance – Samidoun’s work to
                support Palestinian prisoners –</h2>
              <p>Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network is
                engaged in international action and advocacy to support
                Palestinian political prisoners and demand their freedom
                – and freedom for all prisoners of occupation,
                colonialism, and imperialism. With our local chapters
                and partner groups around the world, Samidoun has
                organized dozens of <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/new-york-city-protest-demands-freedom-for-imprisoned-hares-boys-all-palestinian-prisoners/">demonstrations</a>,
                <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/03/samidoun-and-palestinian-prisoners-struggle-at-the-world-social-forum-tunis-2015/">educational
                  events</a>, and <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/photos-and-report-vancouver-solidarity-action-supports-palestinian-prisoners/">actions</a>
                highlighting the demands of Palestinian political
                prisoners. Tens of thousands of protest letters have
                been sent through Samidoun’s website in 2015, demanding
                an end to Israeli imprisonment and persecution of
                Palestinians. Samidoun’s New York chapter has organized
                <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/new-yorkers-protest-to-free-khalida-jarrar-and-all-palestinian-prisoners-stopg4s/">weekly
                  protests</a> outside the<a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/photos-new-york-protest-demands-undropg4s-calls-for-freedom-for-palestinian-prisoners/">
                  offices of G4S</a>, while its Vancouver chapter is
                co-initiating a Canada-wide <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/08/boycott-and-divest-from-g4-call-from-bds-vancouver-canada-palestine-association/">G4S
                  boycott campaign</a>. We joined the <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/11/samidoun-at-international-league-of-peoples-struggles-launch-of-philippines-palestine-friendship-association-in-manila/">International
                  League for People’s Struggle</a> in Manila, where
                Samidoun’s Europe representative was elected to the
                International Coordinating Committee. We’re <a
                  target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/12/20-december-nyc-certain-days-2016-a-night-of-internationalism-solidarity-and-global-struggle/">working
                  with organizations and movements</a> to support Black,
                Puerto Rican, Indigenous and other political prisoners
                in US and imperialist jails – and prisoners for
                Palestine like <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/10/video-and-statement-protest-to-free-georges-abdallah-in-lannemezan/">Georges
                  Ibrahim Abdallah</a> and the <a target="_blank"
href="http://samidoun.net/2015/11/24-november-worldwide-day-of-action-for-the-holy-land-five/">Holy
                  Land Five</a>. We’ve met with and worked with
                parliamentarians and popular movements to press for
                change, action and boycott, divestment and sanctions
                against Israel for its imprisonment of Palestinians. <strong>And
                  we’re already planning to escalate the struggle in
                  2016, to support the Palestinian prisoners – and the
                  Palestinian people – on the front lines of resistance;
                  and we invite you to join us and get involved.</strong></p>
              <p><strong>Toward a 2016 of liberation, freedom and
                  justice for all!</strong></p>
              <p><strong>Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity
                  Network</strong></p>
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