“Al-Aqsa Martyrs” threatens Israel over a sick prisoner

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The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades of the Palestinian National Liberation Movement (Fatah) vowed that Israel would respond in case something happened to the prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid, who has cancer and suffers from a serious health condition that made his mother unable to identify him due to the large number of devices connected to him.

Dozens of masked gunmen gathered at the entrance to Al-Amari camp (central Ramallah governorate) yesterday, Friday, and recited a statement that said:The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades will set fire under the feet of the Zionists, and we are the flame that will burn everything and everything if anything happens to Nasser Abu Hamid.”

The statement accused Israel of slowly killing Palestinian prisoners. “We are closely monitoring Abu Hamid’s health condition, and we will not have mercy on the occupation if something happens to him,” he added, calling on the Palestinian leadership to take urgent action to release him.

After the statement was read, the gunmen fired intensely in the air, before returning to the camp.

For her part, the mother of the prisoner, Nasser Abu Hamid, said that she was unable to recognize her son or see his face because of the devices connected to him.

This came after a short visit during which the mother and brother of the captive Abu Hamid were allowed to see him at Barzilai Hospital in Ashkelon, inside the Green Line.

And the prisoner Abu Hamid from Al-Amari camp has been detained since 2002 and sentenced to 7 life imprisonment and 50 years on charges of resisting the occupation and participating in the establishment of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades. for years.

The prisoner, Nasser Abu Hamid, is in a coma in the hospital, and he is one of 600 Palestinian prisoners who Palestinian human rights activists say are facing the policy of medical neglect in the occupation prisons. Including 4 prisoners with cancer, and 14 prisoners with tumors of varying degrees.



Reference-www.aljazeera.net

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