Hebron (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces on Sunday handed over Palestinian ex-detainee, Kayed Fasfous, who had been on hunger strike for 131 days, from Dura village near Hebron, a summons for interrogation along with his brother.
Khaled Fasfous, Kayed’s brother, said the occupation forces on Sunday morning raided the family house and handed over his two brothers, Kayed and Akram, who is also an ex-prisoner, summonses for interrogation.
32-year-old Fasfous, who is a father of one and from Dura village near Hebron, south of the occupied West Bank, was arrested several times before, the last one was in October 2020.
He had been on an open-ended hunger strike since July 15, 2021 in protest against his illegal administrative detention by Israeli occupation authorities. On November 22, 2021, he suspended his hunger strike after the occupation authorities determined a date to release him after his health deteriorated severely.
(Source / 26.12.2021)