stops to assist the prisoner's continued accuracy and tries to determine his state of healthVigils demanding the release of cancer-stricken prisoner Walid Daqqa persisted across the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and the 48 areas.

Vigils demanding the release of cancer-stricken prisoner Walid Daqqa persisted across the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and the 48 areas.

On Saturday night, two support gatherings were planned for the cities of Baqa al-Gharbiya and Ramallah.

The support stand in front of the Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Mosque in Baqa al-Gharbiya, in the occupied interior, had dozens of participants demanding Daqqa’s release.

The family of the captive Daqqa and the captive national movement in the 48 areas (Al-Rabita) were invited to the vigil, which is one in a series of vigils and actions demanding his release.

From the mosque’s entrance, the vigil participants marched to the family’s home of the captive Daqqa.

At Al-Manara Square in Ramallah, a protest and march in support of the prisoner Daqqa were planned.

The marchers held up signs that read, “It is time for Milad to embrace her father,” and they yelled in support of his release.

Sana Daqqa, the prisoner’s wife, stated that there is no information on his condition since he was transferred to the Ramla prison clinic once more and that she will attempt to get information through the defense team during the upcoming week.

She announced that the court hearing will take place in Ramla on the following Wednesday and continued, “We will file an appeal against the decision, either by the family or the Public Prosecution.”

“We are planning for Walid’s support to stand before the court,” she said, “and this is the place and time needed to advocate for him while he stands in front of the most racist apparatus, and of course, all loved ones, comrades, activists, and family will be by his side on this day.”

“Continued pressure, activities, and popular support constitute great pressure for Walid’s release. Relying on the judiciary without popular support will be ineffective, so the popular struggle is crucial,” said Daqqa in his closing remarks.

The prisoner’s family and the campaign demanding his release verified the Occupation Prisons Authority’s decision in a statement as shocking and repugnant. On Thursday, the prisoner Daqqa was transferred from Assaf Harofeh Hospital to the Ramla prison clinic.

Notably, despite Walid Daqqa’s health deteriorating on Wednesday after receiving treatment from the Special Court for his early conditional release, the court delayed its decision until the following Wednesday.

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