Finally I returned to my home and my brothers after 20 years of oppression, oppression, and psychological and physical torture in the prisons of the Israeli occupation. I left behind heroes suffering from various kinds of torture in the worst prisons in the world.” With these words, Jordanian prisoner Abdullah Abu Jaber expresses his joy at being released from the prisons of the Israeli occupation.
He receives his visitors and well-wishers with joy and happiness, and gets to know his relatives and nephews and sisters, including the young one who grew up without seeing him, and some of them were born while in captivity, but his joy of release “will not be complete until all Jordanian, Palestinian and Arab prisoners are released from Zionist prisons,” according to his interview with Al Jazeera. net. Read also 226 prisoners were martyred inside prisons.. Since the setback, Israel has arrested about one million Palestinians Al-Qassam publishes a recording of a captured Israeli soldier.. What are the goals of Hamas? What are the implications of this for Palestinians and Israelis? The freed prisoner Raafat Al-Qarawi.. A story of resilience for more than 15 years in the occupation prisons The occupation deprives them of treatment..collective punishment against 16 Palestinian prisoners and their families
The Jordanian prisoner, Abdullah Abu Jaber, was arrested in December 2000, and was sentenced to 20 years in prison, which he spent moving between Israeli prisons.
Released prisoner Abu Jaber describes the suffering of Jordanian prisoners in Israeli prisons as “a vehicle, because the prisoner does not visit him from any of his relatives to relieve him of prison pain and suffering, and he only communicates with his family by phone for a few minutes, and for long periods of time.”
Upon arriving at his home, Abu Jaber appealed to Jordan’s King Abdullah II and his country’s government to work for the release of Jordanian prisoners in Israeli prisons, and continued that “the Jordanians’ stand and their support for the resistance during the recent aggression on the Gaza Strip confirms that we are one people.”
The captive Abu Jaber lost his parents during prison without seeing them; He lost his mother in 2005, and his father in 2019, and throughout his imprisonment he received only two visits from his family in prison.
The joy of the prisoner Abu Jaber at his release was met with another joy in the village of Sama in the Irbid governorate (northern of the Kingdom), after announcing the imminent release of the two Jordanian prisoners, Musab al-Daajah (29 years) and Khalifa al-Anouz (38 years), who were arrested by the Israeli army while crossing the Palestinian territories across the border. The comma is with Jordan.
The Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs announced this Tuesday afternoon that after vigorous follow-up, contacts and intensive efforts undertaken by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the relevant state institutions; The Israeli authorities decided to drop the indictment against the citizens, Musab Al-Daajah and Khalifa Al-Anouz, and cancel the arrest procedures.
The lawyer for the two detainees, Khaled Al-Mahajna, who is assigned to defend them by the Palestinian Prisoners Affairs Authority, said in press statements today that he “submitted a letter to the Israeli court requesting the dropping of the indictment against the Jordanians, Al-Da’ja and Al-Anuz. The case file contained many incomplete investigation materials related to proving the charges against the detainees.
The Jordanian authorities have acted on more than one diplomatic level, the most recent of which was the visit of the Jordanian consul at the Kingdom’s embassy in Tel Aviv to the detainees, Al-Daj’a and Al-Anuz, to listen to their demands and to check on their conditions, according to the spokesman for the Jordanian Foreign Ministry, Dhaif Allah Al-Fayez, to Al-Jazeera Net.
This move was preceded by the Jordanian Foreign Ministry summoning the Israeli ambassador in Amman, and handing him a strongly worded protest letter regarding the detention of two Jordanian citizens in Israel and the way the Israeli authorities dealt with the incident and the two citizens.
Over a period of 25 days, the families of the Jordanian detainees, Musab Al-Dajeh and his friend Khalifa Al-Anouz, “lived difficult and painful hours after news came of their being subjected to psychological and physical torture, and charges against them that could reach a sentence of 20 years,” according to a previous statement by the father of the detainee Al-Anouz to Al-Jazeera Net.
Abu Jawad Al-Anouz added, “My son has no political affiliations to parties or organizations, and he went to Palestine to protect Al-Aqsa Mosque and the holy city of Jerusalem, after a series of Israeli attacks on it,” calling on his country’s government to “pressure the Zionist entity to release his son and friend, Musab Al-Daajah.”
As for Abu Muhammad al-Dajjah – the father of the detainee, Musab – he tells Al Jazeera Net, “We have not communicated with our sons since their arrest in the middle of last month, and we do not know anything about their news except what the lawyer Khaled al-Mahajna, who is entrusted with their defense, tells us.”
On May 16, the Israeli army arrested the Jordanians, Da’ja and Al-Anuz, in an area adjacent to the Jordanian border, after they crossed the Jordan River and the border fence, in an attempt to reach the city of Jerusalem, according to their families