BREAKING: FEMALE HOSTAGE YASMINE SHAANAN IS FREED AND SPEAKS OUT




BREAKING: FEMALE HOSTAGE YASMINE SHAANAN IS FREED AND SPEAKS OUT

"They told us we wouldn't be free. We have high confidence in the resistance that they will not leave a single prison."

"We were not able to communicate with the world during the war. We would be searched, beaten, taken to isolation, sprayed with gas." 

Yasmine says that the messages of the prisoners is freedom, and for the masses to rally around the prisoners and resistance. 

"From the first day of the war, we knew we would be freed. We celebrated, ululated. They repressed us, beat us, isolated us, but we knew we were going home." 

Yasmine speaks of the prisoners of '48: "No one talks about them. In fact, they deal with them with more violence than us. There are 28 female prisoners of '48, and we hope they will be included in the next exchange." Yasmine describes how the prisoners of '48 are prevented from feminine health products. 

"In Palestine, everyone is either a prisoner, or wanted, or an administrative detainee. Our right to freedom is our right to our land. We spend 52 difficult days in pain, thirst, being beaten, aside from being sprayed with gas and repression in indescribable ways."

"Our freedom came because of the blood of the martyrs, and the blood of the martyrs is valuable to us and won't be forgotten. No Palestinian can forget this."

"To the resistance, we say: We are behind you and support you until our last breath."


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