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Six Palestinian detainees remain on hunger strike in protest of their unfair administrative detention

Occupied Palestine (The Inside Palestine)- Six Palestinian detainees in the Israeli occupation jails continue their open hunger strike in rejection of their administrative detention.

Asra Media Office reported that the hunger-striking detainees are: Kayed Al-Fasfos, from Herbon, who has been on hunger strike for 60 days; Meqdad Al-Qawasmeh, from Hebron for 53 days; Alaa Al-Araj, from Tulkarm, for 36 days; Hesham Abo Hawwash, from Hebron, for 27 days; Rayeq Besharat, from Tubas, for 22 days; and Shadi Abo Eker, from Bethlehem, for 18 days.

The Detainees and Ex-detainees Affairs Commission noted that those hunger-striking detainees suffer from harsh health conditions; pains, underweight, deficiency of liquids and salts in their bodies, and fatigue.

It also noted that it has submitted several appeals to allow the lawyers to visit them, but the court gave no responses.

The number of administrative detainees in the Israeli occupation’s jails reached 550, including the female detainee Bushra Al-Taweel and four other children.

Source: Safa

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