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Two Palestinian detainees in Israeli jails end hunger strike after over 60 days

Occupied Palestine (The Inside Palestine)- After 131 days of hunger strike, the administrative detainee Kayed Al Fasfous has won his battle for freedom, as Israeli authorities issued an order to release him on December 14. Also, Ayyad Al Hureimi, who has been on hunger strike for 60 days, will be released on March 3rd of the next year.

Both Al Fasfous, a father of one daughter, and Al Hureimi, have been on hunger star in protest against their administrative detention without charges for trial.

After the decision to release them, both detainees announced the suspension of their hunger strike.

Three days ago, Ala’a Al A’raj also announced his victory after the Israeli authorities announced that he will be released as well. Also, Miqdad Al Qawasmi announced his victory after 113 days of hunger strike.

In the same vein, two administrative detainees (Hisham Abu Hawwash and Lu’ai Al Ashqar) continue their hunger strike in protest against their administrative detention. While Rateb Hureibat continues his hunger strike for the 44 day in solidarity with his colleagues.

Source: QNN

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