Saturday, 13 January
Marathonodromon 1P Psychiko
Το Μωβ καλεί άτομα και συλλογικότητες σε κοινή διαμαρτυρία στην Ισραηλινή πρεσβεία συμμετέχοντας στη διεθνή καμπάνια για την απελευθέρωση όλων των γυναικών της οικογένειας Tamimi και γενικότερα όλων των Παλαιστινίων πολιτικών κρατουμένων που αγωνίζονται ενάντια στην Ισραηλινή κατοχή της Παλαιστίνης.
Σχετικό άρθρο του Μωβ: https://tomov.gr/2018/01/
Free the Tamimi Women!
On 19/12/2017 Tuesday morning at 3:00 AM, Israeli soldiers burst into the Tamimi family home and dragged 16-year-old Ahed Tamimi out of bed. They placed her in handcuffs and put her in the back of their military jeep. The next day her mother Nariman was arrested at the police station trying to find her daughter. The following afternoon, 21-year-old cousin Nour was taken into custody. Manal Tamimi was arrested protesting at the court for her sister and nieces to be released.
The Tamimi family have lived their entire lives under Israeli military rule, never knowing a single day of true freedom. It is their right and responsibility to protest for Palestinian freedom and equality.
We demand that Ahed, Nariman, Nour, Manal and all members of the Tamimi family be released now. The international community must put an end to the ill-treatment and detention of Palestinian children and the persecution of Palestinian human rights defenders. Enough is enough!
Nour and Manal Tamimi released from Israeli prison; demand freedom for Ahed and Nariman Tamimi!
On 3 January, Manal Tamimi, who was seized by occupation soldiers outside the Ofer military court on Thursday, 29 December as she protested for freedom for Ahed, Nariman and Nour Tamimi, was released after nearly a week in Israeli occupation prisons.
Late in the night on 4 January 2018, Nour Tamimi was released from Israeli prison, where she was met by her family. Her release followed an occupation military court’s rejection of an appeal of her earlier release order. She was released on bail and subject to a number of harsh conditions, including a requirement to report weekly on Fridays to an occupation police station as well as ongoing charges against her in occupation military courts for “assault” and interfering with the duties of a soldier.
Ahed and her mother, Nariman Tamimi, remain imprisoned in HaSharon prison, both of them charged before military courts with a 99.74% conviction rate. Nariman is charged with “incitement” on social media for streaming Ahed’s encounter with occupation soldiers as well as her other political expresson on social media, and with “assaulting” soldiers, while Ahed faces 12 charges that could see her sentenced to years in prison.
Protests around the world are continuing to grow, demanding the immediate release of Ahed and Nariman Tamimi!