Six Detainees Continue Hunger Strike Despite Deterioration Conditions

The Palestinian Detainees’ Committee has reported, Monday, that six Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli jails are ongoing with the hunger strike despite deterioration health conditions and violations.

Hasan abed-Rabbo, the media consultant of the Detainees’ Committee, stated that the six detainees are facing serious complications, including pain, fatigue, mineral deficiency, and dizziness.

Abed-Rabbo added that the detainees are determined to continue the hunger strike protesting their continued arbitrary Administrative Detention without charges or trial.

The hunger-striking detainees are:

  1. Kayed Fasfous started the strike 68 days ago.
  2. Miqdad al-Qawasma; started the strike 61 days ago.
  3. Ala al-A’raj; started the strike 43 days ago.
  4. Hisham Abu Hawwash; started the strike 35 days ago.
  5. Rayeq Bisharat; started the strike 30 days ago.
  6. Shadi Abu Aker; started the strike 27 days ago.

It is worth mentioning that al-Fasfous and al-Qawasma are in the infamous Ramla prison clinic which lacks basic supplies and specialists, and have to use wheelchairs when they leave their beds.

The Committee added that it filed a third appeal with the Ofer Israeli military court protesting an administrative Detention order against al-Fasfous, and said that the court will be holding a hearing on Wednesday, September 22nd.

(Source / 21.09.2021)

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