#MoriaHungerStrike Day 40: “I desire freedom, I thirst freedom, I thirst.”

Today is day 41 of Arash Hampay’s hunger strike. We publish a statement he wrote on day 40 of his hunger strike.

ahampay2Image by Arash Hampay Facebook page.

Originally published by Arash Hampay Facebook page.

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.

Statement by Arash Hampay, August 7, 2017

Forty days,
I have gone through forty days of hunger and I still have not reached a number of days that grants freedom and justice. I still do not know such a number that grants justice. I do not know when I am going to reach that number, but I won’t stop, I will continue as always. I will not sit down from this struggle for a nice breath of rest. I have thousands of years of rest after my death. Yet I do not have enough time for freedom and justice. I will use this short time and I will go further, towards freedom, towards justice, and towards light. I will not stand for a single moment. I am so thirsty for freedom and justice that I have not thought about resting at all. I desire freedom, I thirst freedom, I thirst.

Arash Hampay, Lesvis, Greece, August 7, 2017.

Images by Arash Hampay Facebook page.

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