104 children bear the title of “Ambassadors of Freedom”

The director of the Prisoners Center for Studies, Raafat Hamdouna, praised today, Saturday, the experience of smuggling sperm to Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons, which numbered 104, and their owners have become called "ambassadors of freedom."

Hamdouneh stressed in a press statement that this case is “creative in the art of life-making, the aspiration for freedom, and the challenge of the jailer, who is trying to prevent the offspring of prisoners through life sentences. This is the experience that distinguished the Palestinians in comparison with all the experiences of global liberation movements in opposition to occupation and colonialism.”

He said that “the ambassadors of freedom, or children of smuggled sperm, or childbearing from inside prisons, are all names that indicate the latest emerging human battle for the manufacture of life. The aspiration for life, and its heroes, unarmed detainees, possessed the weapon of hope, will and love for life.”

He added, "The prisoners think, plan, innovate and innovate, in the face of a hateful administration that works to kill the prisoners by all means and methods through psychological and physical torture and unjust, deterrent and illegal sentences that reach more than 60 life terms, and despite all the practices, restrictions and security means, the occupation prisons administration failed to break The will of the prisoners and depriving them of their basic rights to procreation and the fulfillment of the instinct of paternity like the rest of humanity.”

He pointed out that during the past year, a number of prisoners had children through the smuggled sperm from them, the captive Amer Abdel Rahman Muqbel from Tulkarm, with a girl through the liberated sperm, he called her “Sarah”, and he was arrested for the first time in 2002, and he spent nearly nine years before With the “Wafa Al-Ahrar” deal in 2011, he was released from his 21-year sentence, and in 2014 the occupation re-arrested him.

The prisoner, Muhammad Yousef Al-Qidra, 35, gave birth to a son he called “Mujahid” at the request of his father. He was arrested in July 2014 during the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, and an Israeli court sentenced him to 11 years in prison.

Meanwhile, the prisoner Islam Hamed, from the town of Silwad, east of Ramallah, who has been detained since October 2015, gave birth to twin children, through “smuggled sperm” from inside the occupation prisons, and named them “Muhammad and Lina.”

The prisoner Nahed Abdel Qader Hamid from the town of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, who has been detained since 2007 and sentenced to 20 years in prison, 15 years of which he spent, has also given birth to twins “Hani and Hammam.”

The last successful attempt of the prisoner, Yusri Al-Julani, from Hebron, with two children, was one of the editors of the Shalit deal. He was re-arrested in 2013 and was sentenced to 6 years in prison in addition to his previous sentence of 16 years. Thus, the number of prisoners’ children through sperm smuggling increased to 104 children from 72 captive in prisons.

Hamdouneh indicated that the captive Palestinian national movement recorded its first victory in having children through smuggled sperm on August 13, 2012, and the first ambassador for freedom was “the child Muhannad,” the son of the captive Ammar Al-Zaben, who was sentenced to 27 life sentences and 25 years old.


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