The Israeli occupation prison administration placed Commander Ahmed Sa’adat, the secretary-general of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and a few of his fellow leaders in captivity in solitary confinement for the second week in a row. The Ministry of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners issued a warning against this practice.
The Ministry of Prisoners stated in a statement on Sunday that it believes this action is a cover for an effort to target these prisoners’ life and quietly execute them, emphasizing that their continuing isolation will spark a condition of tension both within and outside prisons.
Undersecretary of the Ministry Bahaa Al-Madhoun stated: “The targeting of the leader Ahmed Saadat and a number of his fellow leaders within the families is a targeting not only of the captive movement and its components but rather a targeting of a national stature and a symbol of our Palestinian people, which requires all of us to stand parallel to this scale of targeting.” Which is intolerable in every sense and unquestionably a manifestation of the fascist government’s extreme policy towards the leaders and icons of the hostage struggle as well as a desperate effort to undermine their unity.
He urged international and humanitarian organizations to take firm positions against this obvious targeting and unlawful prison management practices.
Additionally, he emphasized the significance and necessity of raising awareness about the challenges facing prisoners, particularly the one involving prisoner leader Saadat and his fellow inmates.