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Maher al-Akhras: I want to live in freedom and dignity

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In an interview with Al-Mayadin, Al-Akhras emphasized: “I call on the free people of the world to continue so that all the nations of the world can live in freedom and dignity.”

According to News i, Maher al-Akhras, a Palestinian prisoner who has been on strike for 80 days to protest his administrative detention in the midst of difficult health conditions, said: They forbade.

Asir al-Akhras added: I send my greetings to the residents of Quds, the walls of Quds and the lovely Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Al-Akhras told Al-Mayadin: “My only message is that I want to live in my house without threats.

On the 80th day of his hunger strike, Maher al-Akhras stated: I want to live in freedom and dignity.

Al-Mayadin’s correspondent also quoted the Palestinian prisoner as saying: “If the occupying authorities refuse to release him and decide to execute him, he will be honored.”

Al-Mayadin reporter met with Maher al-Akhras today and said: “His health condition is very bad but his morale is high.”

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Club also emphasized: The occupying forces transferred three prisoners to Oftar Prison in Shatta Prison after a 30-day hunger strike in support of Al-Akhras.

Al-Akhras entered the 80th day of his hunger strike, saying that he was unable to speak normally and was suffering from severe pain.

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