First Deputy Speaker of the Palestinian Parliament Ahmad Bahar yesterday called on Saudi King Salman Bin Abdulaziz to release Palestinian prisoners held in the kingdom, Felesteen reported.
During a meeting with the families of the prisoners, Bahar said that the Palestinian prisoners in Saudi jails have not violated the country’s rules.
#Hamas #Official Muhammad Al-Khodari, who is responsible for relations between the movement and #Saudi Arabia, has been returned to Dhahban prison after receiving medical treatment, the Twitter account Prisoners of Conscious … https://t.co/WU5YTtwcq0 pic.twitter.com/f2ifuEU7j1
— ⓵ⒷⓊⓋ🌏📡💥 (@_1BUV) October 4, 2019
Abdul Majeed Al-Khodari, brother of Mohammad Al-Khodari who was detained in April, said the families of the prisoners had formed a popular body in order to start organizing activities in support of the prisoners.
He said that this body aims to highlight the issue of the prisoners and spread awareness about them and their tragedy.
We confirm that all the Palestinian prisoners of conscience in Saudi Arabia have been lately denied access to visits and to all forms of communication with family members, under the pretext of "investigation with them". pic.twitter.com/6PnjAiixV9
— Prisoners of Conscie (@m3takl_en) August 31, 2019
In September, the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas revealed that Saudi Arabia had arrested scores of Palestinians, including Al-Khodari, the official Hamas representative in the Kingdom, his son and others.
Rights groups revealed that Al-Khodari is suffering from serious illnesses and stated that the prisoners have been exposed to harsh treatment and torture inside the Saudi jails.
The rights groups called for the kingdom either to release them immediately or disclose the reasons for their detention.
(Middle East Monitor, PC, Social Media)