The pioneers of the communication platforms celebrated the release by the Israeli occupation authorities of the Jordanian prisoner Abdullah Noah Abu Jaber and handing him over to the Jordanian authorities, after he spent about 20 years in detention.
The Eighth Bulletin – Nasherkom (08/6/2021) monitored the Jordanian interaction after the occupation forces, since last Sunday, obstructed the release of Abu Jaber, on the pretext that the documents related to the release process were incomplete. Abu Jaber was arrested in 2000 while visiting a relative inside the occupied Palestinian territories, and was charged with resisting the occupation during the events of the Al-Aqsa Intifada in the same year.
Abu Jaber’s words prompted the label “one people, not two peoples” to interact on the Jordanian platforms, and the tweeters circulated the most prominent statements of the prisoner in the first moments after his release, and confirmed the Jordanian people’s support for the Palestinian people until the liberation of Palestine from the Israeli occupation.
The writer Yasser Al-Zaatrah saluted the steadfastness of the prisoners in the occupation’s prisons, saying, “The occupation authorities released the Jordanian prisoner Abdullah Noah Abu Jaber (44 years), and handed him over after procrastinating for days. Peace be upon Abdullah, and upon the free men and women he left behind in captivity, holding on to the embers of challenge and hope.
While the blogger Ayla Ebadi revealed aspects of the shortcomings with Abdullah during his captivity, she wrote, “A freedom he deserved with his steadfastness and his struggle alone, and the joy that those who remained from his family deserved with their patience and suffering alone as well. in 20 years.”
Tweeter Alaa Kasrawi reminded the rest of the prisoners in the occupation prisons, and she tweeted, “In dozens of young men in the occupation prisons, their story is like the story of Abdullah Abu Jaber. They lost a mother, father, brothers and loved ones, and they have dozens of life sentences and provisions, may God break the families of everyone.”
Researcher Fahd Al-Ghufaili expressed his admiration for Abdullah’s words after his release. He wrote, “The words of steadfastness and resistance were the first words that the prisoner Abdullah Abu Jaber uttered after 20 years he spent in the prisons of the occupation. Salute to him and all the heroes