Wednesday 24 February 2021

Mesha’l: Resistance won’t let captive on Maher al-Akhras down

Former Chief of Hamas Political Bureau Khaled Mesha’l stressed on Tuesday that the Palestinian resistance will not leave Palestinians detained in Zionist regime’s jails alone.

In a phone call with the wife of the Palestinian captive on hunger strike for 80 days Maher al-Akhras, the former head of Hamas Political Bureau said that the Palestinian resistance will force the Zionist regime’s occupation to meet the humanitarian demands of the captives in case no response has been made by the occupation.


Mesha’l hailed the ‘heroic steadfastness’ of the Palestinian captive who has been battling for freedom and dignity in spite of his critical medical conditions.


“We raise our hats for the high spirit and steadfastness of Maher,” he continued.


The married father of six went on a hunger strike in late July to protest his administrative detention in the Zionist regime’s jails with no charge nor trial. His medical conditions have deteriorated after more than two months of battling for freedom in detention—he is now on the verge of death.


Zionist regime’s occupation forces continue to abduct and place scores of Palestinians in administrative detention despite the outbreak of the covid-19 in Palestine and inside the Zionist regime’s prisons.  

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