Abed’s fundraising initiative* started on Palestinian Prisoner Day 17th April 2021. His first walk takes him to Al Quds University prisoner museum and to meet an ex-prisoner, the father of a young man in prison and to a family celebration when a school boy prisoner is released. See his short video here – https://youtu.be/mFFGZEqW1Ec * Fundraising page link.
Between 17th April (Palestinian prisoner day) and 1st May (workers’ day), Abed will make a series of walks from the centre of Abu Dis in order to draw attention to the confinement of the people of Abu Dis, and to raise money for CADFA. LINK HERE He says… I am walking to raise money for CADFA and to raise awareness about an important issue in our lives in Abu Dis, … Read More →
CADFA have made this leaflet about Huthaifa (see post below), and plan to do a series of small demonstrations on Sunday 22nd November. Please contact us if you would like to join in, wherever you live. We have also renewed the petition for his release that we made last year, and would be grateful if you would sign and share it. https://www.change.org/p/dominic-raab-please-help-urgently-free-huthaifa-badr
Huthaifa Badr has been given ANOTHER 6 month term of imprisonment WITH NO TRIAL – yet another cruel story of administrative detention, that relic from the British Mandate that the Israelis use routinely and repeatedly and which must stop. There are currently over 350 Palestinian prisoners in administrative detention by Israel. These include also Ismael Khalaf, Haitham Ibaidat, Ahmad Jamous and Mohammed Saleh from Abu Dis. We call for the … Read More →
Please sign the petition HERE We are calling for an end of Israel’s policy of mass imprisonment of Palestinians and in particular the policy of administrative detention – there should be no imprisonment without trial. We believe that Palestinian prisoners should be released in a hurry because of the Corona virus which is rumoured to be spreading in Israeli prisons. Here we are calling in particular for the release of … Read More →
Ismail Khalaf from Abu Dis has now been on hunger strike in Israeli jail for *100 days* protesting against administrative detention (imprisonment without trial). He was put in jail for six months with no trial, and then when the Israelis renewed the term, still with no trial, he went on hunger strike in July. His parents and community are extremely worried – he has been living on salt water and taken … Read More →