GAZA,(PIC)-- Sixteen local radio stations in the Gaza Strip and West Bank agrees on Tuesday to unite broadcasting for the striking prisoners in Israeli jails.
The prisoners Committee for the National and Islamic Forces in West Bank and Gaza strip confirmed that the radio stations' broadcast will be specialized in prisoners' issue starting from Tuesday for half an hour, during which liberated prisoners, and official institutions concerned in prisoners' issue, and striking prisoners'' families.
It is noted that four Palestinian prisoners went on hunger strike in Israeli jails, Samer Barq for 107 days, Hassan Safadi for 70 days, Ayman Sharawna for 67 days, and Sami Issawi for 36 days running.
The Committee called on visual, print, and audio media to stand behind prisoners' issue and the striking prisoners in particular and to cover their daily news, stressing that the prisoners Committee for the National and Islamic Forces seeks to unite all the efforts for prisoners’ issue.
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