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Gaza City: Mensaje de Palestina a Alberto y Francisco por parte de familia de Mahmoud Sarsak, preso politico en Israel

junio 18, 2012

Emad Sarsak (izquierda), y Yasser Saleh (derecha) con un cartel exigiendo la libertad de Alberto y Franciso enfrente de un poster del preso político Mahmoud Sarsak de Palestina, quien lleva 94 días en huelga de hambre.

Emad Sarsak (left), in front of a poster of his brother Mahmoud Sarsak, who is  in his 94th day of a hunger strike in an Israeli jail, and Yasser Saleh (right) member of the Higher Committee of Support for the Prisoners, today sent a message of support from Gaza to their Mexican brothers Alberto Patishtán Gómez and Francisco Sántiz López, and their families and supporters world-wide.

“Stay strong, like Mahmoud,” they conveyed to Alberto and Francisco. “Victory will be yours”

Emad and Khairy Sarsak, Yasser Saleh y otros exigiendo la libertad para Alberto y Francisco y Mahmoud Sarsak afuera del edificio del comité internacional de la cruz roja en Gaza City

Emad said that Mahmoud, a player in the national football team, is in severe pain in the prison clinic, but despite this and the length of time he has been on hunger strike – the longest in Palestinian history – he is determined to continue until he achieves freedom, or death. “We want freedom for Mahmoud, like we want freedom for our Mexican brothers,” he said. “The family do not want him to die.” He pointed out that like Francisco, Mahmoud is completely innocent.  “We have not been permitted to visit him since his detention in July 2009, while on his way to join his football team in the West Bank. He has been held ever since, without even any charge or trial, under Israel’s ‘Unlawful Combatant Law.'”

The supporters of the Palestinian prisoners have taped posters of Alberto Patishtán Gómez and Francisco Sántiz López around the Solidarity Sit-InTent outside the International Committee of the Red Cross in Gaza City, joining their struggle for justice with that of the Palestinian prisoners.

Exigiendo libertad de presos políticos de México en Gaza City

“Soon they will all be free, insha’allah,” they said.

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