Statement No. 3 from the PFLP Prison Branch: We take, unswervingly, the road of freedom

Statement No. 3 from the PFLP Prison Branch: We take, unswervingly, the road of freedom

The struggling prisoners of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, engaged in the “battle of freedom” against the prisons and the intelligence agencies of the occupation on the road to a victory for the heroic prisoner Bilal Kayed. He continues his hunger strike for the tenth day in a row, joined by dozens […]

On the Threshold of a New Battle - Kamil Abu Hanish and Wael Jaghoub

On the Threshold of a New Battle – Kamil Abu Hanish and Wael Jaghoub

No sooner did the PFLP prison organization complete its third conference and elect a new leadership, surprising the Israeli prison administration and its security services, than did they order the administrative detention of Comrade Bilal Kayed. The comrade was a member of the leadership of the Prison Branch and the leader of the northern section […]

Statement No. 2 by the PFLP Prison Branch leadership: The struggle continues until victory

Statement No. 2 by the PFLP Prison Branch leadership: The struggle continues until victory

The Battle for Freedom will continue until the victory of Bilal Kayed We greet the Palestinian people with the steadfastness and vigor of the imprisoned leader Bilal Kayed, who is rising up from his isolation cell, where he is beginning the second week of hunger strike, rejecting all pressures, orders and threats. He remains defiant […]

PFLP mourns and salutes the martyr, Comrade Arif Jaradat

PFLP mourns and salutes the martyr, Comrade Arif Jaradat

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine joins the masses of the Palestinian people in mourning the martyr, Comrade Arif Jaradat, 23, from the village of Sair near al-Khalil. Comrade Jaradat died on the evening of Sunday, June 19 from wounds he sustained last month when he was shot by the occupation forces invading […]

PFLP condemns the assassination of British MP Jo Cox and calls to confront racism and fascism

PFLP condemns the assassination of British MP Jo Cox and calls to confront racism and fascism

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine condemned the assassination of the British Labour MP Jo Cox at the hands of a British racist extremist, emphasizing the need to address the racist discourse of colonial powers, and to confront the growing threat of fascism and the extreme right in Europe and around the world. […]

Statement No. 1 by the PFLP Prison Branch leadership

Statement No. 1 by the PFLP Prison Branch leadership

At this time, our heroic comrade Bilal Kayed has announced that he is carrying out an open hunger strike, after the unjust decision of the occupation authority ordering him to administrative detention for six months on the day of his scheduled release, June 13, 2016, after the comrade spent 14 and a half years in […]

Jarrar: We need a serious effort to link the issue of prisoners to the boycott movement

Jarrar: We need a serious effort to link the issue of prisoners to the boycott movement

All of the proposed international “initiatives” for settlement in Palestine are a “waste of time,” said freed prisoner and Palestinian leader Comrade Khalida Jarrar, in a Wednesday evening interview with Palestine Today satellite channel. “The continued reliance on bilateral negotiations…or other initiatives that differ slightly but remain on the framework of familed negotiations, without any […]

Barakat: Majdalani's participation in the Herzliya Conference is a stab in the back of the Palestinian people

Barakat: Majdalani’s participation in the Herzliya Conference is a stab in the back of the Palestinian people

The participation of Ahmad Majdalani, member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, in the 16th Zionist Herzliya Conference requires accountability, said Comrade Khaled Barakat, Palestinian leftist writer. In a press statement, Barakat noted that the monopolistic leadership of the PLO not only has approved of the participation of Majdalani and others in […]

Nablus protest demands freedom for Comrade Bilal Kayed, Palestinian prisoners

Nablus protest demands freedom for Comrade Bilal Kayed, Palestinian prisoners

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the National Committee to Support the prisoners organized a march in Nablus in support of imprisoned leader Bilal Kayed, ordered to administrative detention after completing his 14 and one-half year sentence in Israeli occupation prisons. The march in Nablus raised Palestinian flags and pictures of Kayed, […]

PFLP denounces new Zionist crime in detention of Comrade Bilal Kayed, pledges to strike and struggle until freedom

PFLP denounces new Zionist crime in detention of Comrade Bilal Kayed, pledges to strike and struggle until freedom

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine declared that the occupation’s ordering the imprisoned leader Bilal Kayed to administrative detention when he was scheduled to be liberated on June 13, after nearly 15 years in Israeli prisons, is a Zionist crime that comes in the context of a systematic targeting of the leaders and […]

PFLP denounces election of "Israel" to presidency of UN Legal Committee

PFLP denounces election of “Israel” to presidency of UN Legal Committee

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine denounced the election of “Israel” to the presidency of the United Nations Legal Committee, amid globalized imperialist domination and its alliance with the Zionist movement, and amid the Arab conditions of unprecedented sectarian conflicts, disintegration and dependency, and the cooperation, normalization and coordination with the enemy on […]

PFLP Prison Branch convenes conference inside occupation prisons, elects leadership and sets agenda for struggle

PFLP Prison Branch convenes conference inside occupation prisons, elects leadership and sets agenda for struggle

The Prison Branch of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine concluded its conference, which was held under the slogan of “towards the consolidation and strengthening of our intellectual, political, organizational, and militant identity.” The conference has continued in a series of meetings from the beginning of March 2016 until the end of May […]