Sunday, May 19, 2013

Prisoner's mother passes away not having seen her son for 21 years

The death of Mahmoud Da'ajna's mother who had not seen him for 21 years reflects  the inhumanity of the Israeli prison system. Next week, another Palestinian prisoner Ahmad Sa'adat , aged 60 and sentenced to 30 years in Jail, will go to court to demand that his granddaughter be allowed to visit him.

In The Prisoners' Dairies, both Alaa Albazyan and Nael Albarghouti speak about the pain of learning their mothers had passed away when they were incarcerated.

A Palestinian Political Prisoner's mother dies - Jerusalem .
19 \ 5 \ 2013

Sarah Nofal Da'ajna, the mother of the prisoner Mahmoud Da'ajna dies at the age of 85 years. Prisoners' club confirmed in a statement issued earlier that Daajna, who was detained 21 years ago, didn't see his mother since 21 years as the occupation authorities had not allowed his mother to visit him, noting that she had very critical health conditions which lasted during her son's arrest.

It is noteworthy that Daajna, who is 63 years old, is one of the oldest prisoners in Israeli jails, and is now detained in Gilboa Prison.

Prisoners club, human rights activists and all the Palestinian people extend to Daajna family deepest and most sincere condolences on their loss

(This article comes from the posting on the Free Samer Issawi campaign Facebook page which is run by Malaka Mohamed in Gaza.)

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