"We are ready to pay the price. Just like Ayman said, I am supporting the Palestinian prisoners and I am ready to pay my freedom as a price for my support."
Many others feel the same way. On February 27, Addameer headlined "The Prisons Will Be Gone, and the Shackles Broken."
On March 4, it commemorates its 20th anniversary. Everyone is welcome. Ramallah's Cultural Palace is host venue.
Palestinian art work will be displayed. A photo exhibit will be featured. Cultural performances will follow.
"Together we will bring the prisoners issue to the forefront of Palestinian sentiment." Doing so is vital for everyone to know.
A Final Comment
Eileen Fleming is an author, writer and activist. She's in the forefront of Mordechai Vanunu's liberating struggle.
Her new book is titled "Vanunu's WAIT for Liberty: Remembering The USS Liberty and My Life as a Candidate of Conscience for US HOUSE 2012."
It's the fourth in the series she began writing in 2005. She's been to both sides of Israel's Separation Wall seven times.
She founded the Public Service WeAreWideAwake.org. She did so after her first trip. She's written over 1,000 related articles. She provides information vital to know.
Pre-9/11, she had no interest in politics, she said. That event changed her. It compelled her to travel to Israel and Palestine.
In 2005, she met Vanunu. Israel imprisoned him for 18 years. He exposed its nuclear weapons program. He was released in 2004. He's severely restricted. He can't give interviews. Speaking to foreigners is prohibited.
Fleming was inspired to act. She's does so ever since. She does it honorably. She's supports right over wrong.
She challenges what needs to be exposed and changed. She struggles for what's vital to support. She inspires others to act the same way.
Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago. He can be reached at Email address removed .