Jerusalem24 – Activists on the communication site launched a campaign that received wide interaction, calling on the occupation authorities to release the leading prisoner in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Khaleda Jarrar, in order to bury and bid farewell to her daughter Suha, who died suddenly of a severe heart attack.
The hashtag “#Freedom_for Khaleda_Jarrar” topped the list of the most popular hashtags on Twitter, and thousands of calls from activists spread through it to pressure the occupation and release Khaleda Jarrar, who has two months in prison.
Activists circulated pictures of demonstrators standing in front of Ofer prison now, to demand the release of the leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
The Palestinian police had announced that the body of the girl, Suha Jarrar, had been found in an apartment near the Palestine Medical Complex in Ramallah, yesterday evening, Sunday.
For its part, the Jarrar family announced the death of Suha Jarrar naturally, noting that she was suffering from previous diseases.
The family’s statement said that the “initial diagnosis” indicated that “the cause of death was an acute heart attack, knowing that she had previously suffered from some minor diseases and symptoms.”
The call for this campaign calling for the release of Khaleda Jarrar stated, “Instead of recognizing that the leading fighter and former member of the Legislative Council Khaleda Jarrar will not bid farewell to her daughter Suha, whose death was announced, and Jarrar has been in the prisons of the occupation for nearly two years, and she is supposed to end her ruling within two months, let us work locally and internationally to put the necessary pressure on the occupation prison administration to release Jarrar at the earliest date so that she can bid her farewell to her daughter, and exercise her most basic human rights.”
The activists called on all Arab countries and international institutions to pressure the Israeli occupation to release MP Jarrar and enable her to bid farewell to her daughter Suha.
For its part, the Popular Front called “with more sadness and sorrow, its political office, its central committee and all its members in the homeland and the diaspora, comrade Suha Jarrar, daughter of the leader Khaleda Jarrar and the fighter Ghassan Jarrar.”