QUNEITRA, (SANA)- Committee for Supporting Liberated and Detained Syrian Prisoners in the Israeli Jails stressed the path of struggle in the Israeli prisons will continue and the Syrian prisoners will remain steadfast and proud regardless of the occupation forces' tyranny.
"The Golan prisoners and detainees have stood their ground for tens of years in the Zionist jails to draw the path of victory and give our nation the future we seek," said a statement issued by the Committee on the occasion of the Syrian Prisoner Day on April 21st.
The statement called on all international, human rights and humanitarian organizations to work for the release of all the prisoners from the occupied Syrian Golan and occupied Palestine from the Israeli jails.
The Committee announced it is going to stage a popular sit-in on Saturday in front of the headquarters of the International Red Cross in Damascus to deliver a letter to the mission about the Zionist arbitrary and inhumane practices against the Syrian prisoners inside the Israeli jails.
Head of the Committee, the liberated prisoner Ali al-Younes, said in a statement to SANA that the issue of prisoners and their sufferings behind bars is a daily concern for the homeland's sons and the political leadership who seeks through the official and diplomatic channels and international commissions to pressure the occupation authorities into releasing the prisoners.
Al-Youssef pointed out that fifth of the Golan people have faced detention and pursuit, referring to the nine Syrian prisoners in the Israeli jails; Sudqi al-Maqt, Youssef Shams, Sham Shams, Majid al-Shaer, Fida'a al-Shaer, Fares al-Shaer, Hussein al-Khateeb, Youssef Kahmouz and Asaad Ismael.
He also referred to ten prisoners awaiting trial since last year events on the anniversary of al-Nakba and al-Naksa Day. The prisoners include Anas al-Shaer and Amro Asaad Rida, both under 18.