Skip to comments.Terrorists in New Hunger Strike
Posted on 06/10/2012 3:43:17 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Palestinian Authority Arabs serving time in Israel for terror-related offenses are planning a new hunger strike, the PA Minister of Prisoners Affairs Isa Karake has announced. A previous hunger strike ended less than a month ago, when Israel caved in to several of the prisoners demands.
The new hunger strike is to begin Monday and aims at obtaining release for three PA terrorists who never stopped the former hunger strike, Karake said.
The three are Mahmoud El-Sarsak, Ikram El-Rihawi, and Samar El-Barq, who have refused to eat for 88, 60, and 40 days respectively.
The PA is demanding that Israel release the three due to their deteriorating health. Karake warned that the planned hunger strike is just an initial step, and that PA prisoners would take more serious measures if their demands are not met.
The previous deal was struck just in time for prisoners to enjoy a full meal and regain their strength so as to participate fully in protests marking 'Nakba Day' ....
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
Ooooh, next they’ll threaten to hold their breath until they turn blue!!! Fine. Send their meals out to some charity that will appreciate the food.
Let ‘em starve to death. Good riddance, terrorists.
I never understood these type of acts. Hunger strikes, setting oneself on fire in protest of whatever. Seems stupid.
If a bunch of these idiots wish to starve themselves, let them. A few less terrorists infesting the world like roaches, I say.
I think I would tell them that once they started their hunger strike, they would be feed intravenously with pig semen ... bet it wouldn’t last long.
A ‘’new hunger strike’’. Guess the old one wasn’t working, eh?
No. They ate so they could “celebrate” Nakba Day. One way to screw up a hunger strike is by eating.
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