Eyad Obayyat speaks about keeping a journal inside his cell to write about his daily life in prison. Yet, this journal, which means a lot of him, gets taken by the jailer with all his memories written on it.
Palestinian prisoner Abdulrahman Shihab tells the story of meeting his parents after many years of separation inside the Israeli jails where he posed next to them and took a photo.
A blind Palestinian prisoner tells the story of his suffering in solitary confinement.
A Ukrainian-Palestinian relives the pain of separation from her beloved husband and two daughters for 10 years.
Saleem Alkyali speaks of the agony of spending nearly three decades in the Israeli jails, while unaware his family home was just beyond the prison fence.
The Prisoners’ Diaries مذكرات الأسرى has now been published in 6 languages, and the launch of the Malay language version has been launched today 29 April 2015 during the Kuala Lumpur International Book Fair at Putra World Trade Centre(PWTC).
English subtitle by The Prisoners Diaries team.
فقرة في برنامج صباح الكتاب _ قناة الكتاب الفضائية اعداد : اشرف ابوخصيوان تقديم : سعاد سكيك
Mahkum Hatiralari- The Prisoners’ Diaries in Turkish was launched in June 2014 in Istanbul. It is published by IHH, Humanitarian Relief Foundation
in conjunction with the opening of Asmaa Seba’s photo exhibition “Une Vie Suspendue” of freed Palestinian women prisoners.