Mohjat al-Quds Foundation on Sunday said that the health condition of the Palestinian prisoner Sultan Khalaf, who has been on hunger strike for 62 days in Israeli jails, has seriously deteriorated.
“We might lose him at any moment,” Mohjat al-Quds said during a press conference in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Gaza City.
Khalaf, a resident of Jenin in the West Bank, started an open-ended hunger strike 62 days ago protesting his administrative detention without charge or trial.
Israeli occupation authorities arrested Khalaf on 8 July 2019 and 10 days later he started a hunger strike after he was sentenced to extendable six months without indictment or trial.
Source: The Palestinian Information Center.