The recently released Jordanian prisoner, Abdullah Noah Abu Jaber, said that the Palestinian resistance subjugated the occupation and broke his nose during the last round of fighting in the Gaza Strip.
Abdullah said in an interview with (Al Evening) on Al Jazeera Mubasher that the twenty years of his captivity were difficult and harsh.
He added that the prisoners in Israeli prisons are enduring very harsh conditions.
Abdullah indicated that the death of his parents while he was in prison was one of the most difficult moments for him during the prison period, but his fellow prisoners and family members helped him get through it.
Abu Jaber, who resides in the Baqa’a camp for Palestinian refugees, has been arrested since 2000 and is one of 22 Jordanian prisoners held by the occupation forces in its prisons.