Yaqoub al-Qadri: “The best days of my life were the five days I spent in the open air of Palestine.”

The lawyer of the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Prisoners Affairs, Hanan Al-Khatib, said that the prisoner Yaqoub Al-Qadri, who was stripped of his freedom from Gilboa prison and re-arrested by the Israeli occupation, is being held in a cell measuring one meter by two meters, lacking all the necessities of life, and there is no It has nothing but a blanket, while interrogators focus on psychological torture, as interrogation rounds are still ongoing.

The lawyer quoted the prisoner Al-Qadri, after she was able to visit him this afternoon, Wednesday, days after the lawyers were prevented from visiting the four prisoners who were re-arrested, as saying: “All I want is a copy of the Holy Qur’an.”

He continued, "The best days of my life were the five days I spent in the open air of Palestine without restrictions. I saw children in the street and kissed one of them, and this is one of the most beautiful things that happened to me."

"As long as we are alive, I will search for my freedom over and over again," he said.

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