The Palestinian prisoner’s movement may soon lead the country

Khaled al-Azraq is a refugee who lived in Aida refugee Camp (Bethlehem) before being captured and imprisoned by Israel. He has been a political prisoner for the past 20 years and is currently being held in Nafha (Hadarim) prison in southern Palestine.

He writes about the poltical education he has gained during his years incarcerated:

I was first imprisoned in 1982 at the age of 16. In prison I found what I was not expecting to find: I found inside the prison what I could not find outside of it. In prison I found Palestine’s political, national, revolutionary university. It was in prison that I realized that knowledge is what paves the road to victory and freedom.