Abu Hawash snatches his freedom… and a celebration on the platforms of the decision to end his administrative detention
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The 141 days of defiance of the prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash by depriving him of his freedom ended, in the battle of the empty intestines that threatened his life for days before turning – according to the activists – into a victory for him and the rest of the prisoners in the face of the policy of administrative detention.
The Eighth Bulletin – Your Post (05/1/2022) monitored the Arab and Palestinian communication platforms and their interaction with the Abu Hawash case, which throughout the period of his hunger strike remained present in support of him and his family, in an attempt to communicate his case and the cause of the rest of the prisoners to the world.
The settlement with the Israeli occupation authorities provides for the end of the administrative detention of Abu Hawash on February 26, and he agreed to the settlement to suspend his hunger strike.
A picture spread widely across the platforms documenting the moment he received the first spoons of victory, according to the activists. They also circulated a picture of the victory badge raised by Abu Hawash in the wake of the first settlement moments.
Immediately after the news was announced, dozens of Palestinians flocked to the home of the prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash in the city of Hebron, and celebrated what they considered a victory of the will in the face of the jailer.
The announcement of victory was also followed by a visit described as provocative by the far-right Israeli Knesset member Itamar Ben Gvir, who tried to storm the section where Hisham Abu Hawash is located, but he collided with raising the victory sign and the Palestinian flag in his face.
Reham Jafari considered Abu Hawash’s victory a model of hope for victory, and wrote, “Hisham Abu Hawash won after 141 days of open hunger strike. He won with his will, patience and steadfastness. Hisham became a model of hope for victory, and a model of strong will, which can defeat the strongest armies in the world and the courts of occupation. racism.”
On the other hand, Naima Asalih believes that the empty intestines have triumphed over the empty entity, and she said, “And his empty intestines have triumphed over their empty entities… General Hisham Abu Hawash.”
As for Samar Muhammad, she gave a description in Arabic of Abu Hawash, so she wrote, “The syntax of Hisham Abu Hawash in the Arabic language: a Palestinian subject with a raised head, built on determination, persistence and solid will, and freedom added to it Mansour on the jailer, and the jailer is an enemy dragged by disappointment to the dustbin of history, no He replaced it with expression. Long live Palestine.”
In turn, Muhammad Huwaidi saluted what he called the approach of the free, and said, “This is the approach of the free throughout history and time, that we say in the face of the oppressors and our enemies: No humiliation from us. Blessed is your victory, Hisham Abu Hawash.”
Salwa al-Khatib saluted the captives, and expressed her joy at Abu Hawash’s victory, and she tweeted, “Praise be to God, it was a national holiday yesterday, celebrations everywhere, takbeers in mosques, marches of joy and victory, and the rebellious youth filled and crowned them with confrontations in the West Bank for victory, little on the hero’s steadfastness and daring.”
Maryam Awwad wondered about the strength of Abu Hawash’s determination, so she wrote, “Any person is able to leave food for only a week?! The prisoners in Palestine teach us the meaning of seizing the right by will and determination. Hisham Abu Hawash has his freedom after 141 days in the battle of the empty intestines, what patience is this and what courage Possess?