After #MoriaHungerStrike: The Struggle Continues!

On Saturday the fifth of August there will be protests in front of the Moria prison camp.

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Published by Enough is Enough.

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of  these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

Read all our articles about the hunger strike; here.

The imprisoned refugees Bahrooz Arash and Kozhin Hussein stopped their hunger strike a few days ago. But that doesn’t mean the struggle for their release is over. Tomorrow, Saturday the fifth of August there will be protests in front of the Moria prison camp. People will meet on Sappho square in Mytilini (Lesvos, Greece) at 05:30pm to take a bus to Moria. The protest will start at 06:30pm in front of the Moria prison camp.

The hunger strikers have been detained without trial for months now and although they stopped their hunger strike, they are still in a critical condition. Bahrooz Arash and Kozhin Hussein stopped their hunger strike because they lost 30% of their body weight and authorities denied them access to basic medical care. The authorities were pushing them to death. They demand the release of all illegally imprisoned refugees.

On their Facebook page No Borders Kitchen Lesvos wrote: “Be aware that this is a peaceful protest, and think carefully about whether you want to be involved in a political demonstration outside Moria. But if you feel able, it would be great to see as many people as possible in front of Moria raging against the inhumane imprisonment of these brave human rights activists.”

Join Arash Hampay, No Border Kitchen Lesvos and Greek comrades and come to the protest.

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