Joe Catron, journalist and organizer with Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network in New York City, spoke at an event on Friday, 29 January, about the case of Mohammed al-Qeeq, Palestinian journalist on hunger strike for well over two months, and the growing international solidarity campaign for his freedom.

Catron, speaking at a forum organized by the Workers World Party, discusses the nature of administrative detention, Israeli military courts, Al-Qeeq’s hunger strike, and the international campaign to boycott G4S. He details the involvement of G4S – the world’s largest security corporation – in Israeli prisons, checkpoints and police training centers, as well as its involvement in international human rights abuses.

Watch the video here: