I am so happy for you, your wife and your daughter.
The network through the world helping Khader Adnan
worked very well, a lot of petitions, of demonstations in several cities in Europe (also in Paris !!!)
of articles in the newspaper (LE MONDE)
It is good...

Take care...go slowly, slowly....



Dear Sheikh Khader Adnan & Family,

Your selfless courage in the face of the brutal occupation is a human rights victory that will be forever remembered.

You, Khader along with your family championed dignity and human rights, you will remain as heroes to me.

Thank you and may you be blessed.

Kathleen Bates
Pittsburgh, PA  USA


Dear Khader,

It is great to hear that a deal has been reached. I hope every thing happens smoothly and you are released at the stipulated date or before it, INSHALLAH. I request Khader, his family and all readers to keep praying as God knows how many Khaders are in similar administrative detention. We all in Pakistan are very happy at the good news and hope to keep hearing good news from our beloved Palestine. We also hope and pray that we can play a better role for our brothers in Palestine than we have in the past. Please remember us in your prayers. 

JazakAllah Khair


Your Admirers in Pakistan


  Wonderful is the news that Khader Adnan, husband and father and great human rights activist, has been released by tyrants and is able to live and love his family.

  Much love and respect from us in Canada.

  Marie Lloyd and family in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

What u've done is speechless,yaa akhi

Assalamu'alaikum.mashaallah,mashaallah.سبحان لله ,Allah has chosen u as the one who inspired all human on this earth.keep going, duaa is with u n ur family.ur action actually is not only for Palestine,but for all the world which has been dholim to else.

in solidarity Paul

Dear brother,
                     as a member of the Palestine Solidarirty Campaign I have heard to-day about your hunger-strike. The action you have taken to highlight the inhumane and illegal detention of Palestinians by the state of Israel is to be applauded. I hope your action raises the profile of this injustice across the world. My prayers go out to you to-day. May your courage bring justice for you and your fellow Palestinians. May you live through your ordeal and see the good resulting from your actions. May God bless you and keep you strong, yours in solidarity Paul (U.K.)

the struggle continues

Khader Adnan, we are still working for your release and praying for your safety and speedy recovery to health. Just hold on, and keep your eyes on the prize!

For Khader Adnan's wife Randa, our thoughts and prayers are with you, your two daughters and the baby. May God give you peace of mind to take good care of your health and the baby despite everything that is going on. The kick must have been a sign, he/she should see his/her father alive. What the Israeli government is doing to you, your family and the unborn child is INHUMANE and CRIMINAL beyond words. Motherhood and childhood should be under special protection according to the human rights. May God give little Maali and Bissan good night's dreams, without nightmares of the terrifying things they have to witness because of the terrorizing occupation forces and policies.

For Khader Adnan's father, mother, brothers, sisters and other family members and friends:  we can only imagine the pain, suffering and worry you must be going through. May God be with you, too, and give you strength and determination! Truth will win in the end! The struggle against injustices is a just cause, and it must continue.

إذا الشعب يوما أراد الحياة
فلا بدّ أن يستجيب القدر
ولا بد لليل أن ينجلي
ولا بد للقيد أن ينكسر

With full solidarity from Finland,
Minna and Tiina


Dear Khader Adnan.
I am protesting against the injustice of your imprisonment without charge or trial and pray the the Court will free you on Thursday and that you will recover from this terrible ordeal and return to the suffering people who wait for you.
Edna Eguchi Read.
(In the last war my Japanese Father was taken to prison in the same way, I have never forgotten)