RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Eight Palestinian prisoner in Israeli jails still continued their hunger strike protesting their administrative detention (without trial or charge), human rights sources said.
After the Jordanian prisoners suspended their hunger strike, 8 Palestinian prisoners continued the battle including Ayman Hamdan Isa, 106 days on hunger strike, Imad Albatran, 97 days on hunger strike, Adel Harbiyat and Ayman Etbish, 82 days on hunger strike, the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) said.
PPS pointed out that Hossam Matar declared a hunger strike since early June 2013, demanding his release. While Abdul Majid Khaddarat continued his hunger strike for 43 consecutive days in protest against his re-arrest after his release in Wafa al-Ahrar deal.
Mohammed Etbish has also gone on hunger strike for 61 days in solidarity with his brother the hunger striker Ayman Etabish.
Omar Tlahma joined the hunger strike since 19 days protesting the Israeli torture policy against him.
(Source / 13.08.2013)