Gaza: A silent pause in black to protest the silence of international institutions over prisoners

Dozens of families of prisoners and supporters of their cause participated in a silent protest in black on Wednesday to protest the continued silence of international institutions towards the policy of slow death practiced by the Israeli Prison Administration administration against Palestinian prisoners.

The participants in the pause in front of the headquarters of the Red Cross in Gaza City, black stickers on their mouths to express their protest, and in support of prisoners on hunger strike in the prisons of the occupation.

The pause, called by the Jerusalem-based Foundation for the Martyrs and the Wounded, and the Commission of Martyrs and Prisoners, bore the name "our silence is pain, and your silence is ignoring."

The families of the prisoners handed a protest note to the director of the International Committee of the Red Cross, expressing their anger and resentment at the silence and ignoring the Red Cross Foundation towards what is happening to the prisoners in the Israeli jails.


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