In solidarity with hunger-striking inmates, Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails to reject meals

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Thousands of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails have decided on Sunday to reject the lunch and dinner meals, in solidarity with their six inmates who have been on an open-ended hunger strike in protest against their unfair administrative detention without a charge or trial.

According to the Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and ex-Detainees’ Affairs, the Palestinian prisoners’ movement announced today that thousands of Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli jails are going to reject their lunch and dinner meals, expressing their solidarity with their six inmates who have been on an open-ended hunger strike in protest against their unfair administrative detention without a charge or trial, the longest hunger-striker is Kayed Fasfous, as he has been on hunger strike for 116 days.

The 6 hunger-striking prisoners are:
•Kayed Fasfous (116 days of hunger strike)
•Alaa Al-A’raj (92 days of hunger strike)
•Miqdad Qawasmi (109 days of hunger strike)
•Hisham abu Hawash (82 days of hunger strike)
•Ayyad Harimi (46 days of hunger strike)
•Loay Alashqar (28 days of hunger strike)

Palestinian prisoner Rateb Haribat has also started an open-ended hunger strike since 30 days in solidarity with his six inmates.

The six hunger-striking prisoners’ health condition has been deteriorating severely, as they have been suffering from powerful fatigue, exhaustion, headache, severe weight loss, irregular heart beats and serious decline in body fluids and vitamins.

One of them has partial loss of memory and Bacteremia, another has loss of sight and problems in his nervous system, and the other might die any moment.

(Source / 07.11.2021)

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