the prisoner affairs specialist, Abdel Nasser Farwana, said that “the extent of the hatred and anger, and the strong desire to take revenge on the prisoners since their success in achieving the “miracle” and liberation from Gilboa prison through the Freedom Tunnel is expected due to the magnitude of the shock and the strong blow the occupation and the abject failure that it received. These six heroes have attached him to the Israeli security system.”
He told Ma’an, “This hatred was embodied in the occupation’s behavior at the moment of re-arresting four of the heroic editors. Today, after lawyers visited two of them, it is clear that they were subjected to severe torture and continuous deprivation of the most basic rights and necessities of life.”
He added: “What was revealed by the Prisoners’ Authority’s lawyer, in turn, reflects the extent of their determination, the strong will with which they were armed, and the high morale they enjoyed, the high awareness that was embodied in their behavior and statements, their steadfastness and their inability to be broken despite all the cruel torture they were subjected to and subjected to.”
He considered that the “miracle” that happened in Gilboa, was not the first attempt to “escape” from the prisons of the Israeli occupation, and it will not be the last. Other chances of being released. It remains their right and permission to use the means of “escape”.
He explained, “Escape from prison in times of war and from occupation prisons is not a crime, and it is permitted and is not punishable by law. This is how international law stipulates.”
He added: “Our people and the free people of the world have interacted with pride and honor with this issue since its inception, and what is required today is to unite efforts, unify wills, work to keep the issue of prisoners alive and present at all times, and strive hard to provide protection for the prisoners and detainees in the prisons of the Israeli occupation.