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Oct

8:03pm
Own Correspondent
Joint press release by the youths of Palestine, Syria and Jordan

Joint press release by the youths of Palestine, Syria and Jordan

Own Correspondent//8:03pm, Oct 22nd '20

Palestinian Peoples Party Youth, Syrian Democratic Youth Union and Jordanian democratic Youth Union have expressed their full solidarity to the struggle of the Palestinian prisoners in the prisons of the fascist Zionist Israeli occupation who face the worst forms of racism and oppression, especially in the so-called administrative detention without charge or trial, as the number of administrative detainees has reached 350, headed by Maher Al-Akhras, who is in his sixth year in captivity. He has been on hunger strike for more than eighty days, struggling with his empty stomachs to protest against his administrative detention. Al-Akhras's health is in a very critical situation at present.

These three youth organisations have appealed to all the peoples of the world to stand by the struggle of the Palestinian people and their prisoner movement in the prisons of Zionist fascism.

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