I am pleased to thank sincerely the British Academy of Languages and its director Mr. Ramadan Okasha and the teaching staff and those who work in it. I would also like to thank Cambridge International College in Britain, which allowed them the opportunity to honor this group of sons of Palestine. This honor is a tribute to the struggle of the Palestinian people during the course of their struggle for many years, the Palestinian nation who has thousands of martyrs, prisoners and wounded in the sake of achieving the national goals of freedom and independence and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital. This honor comes in light of the difficult circumstances in which we live under occupation, we affirm that we are in this day will stay faithful to the interests of our people and we will continue to support our people until we achieve all wishes.
I dedicate this honor to the prisoners in Israeli jails, to the souls of the martyrs, to our wounded people, to the soul of my father, who suffered severely as he waited me to get out of prison for more than 20 years, to my beloved mother, to my family and to my wife. We promise you that we will continue to struggle to achieve all of our people’s goals.
Mr. / Hisham Abdel Razek
The former minister of prisoners in PNA